VIA| The terrorist attacks in Brussels and the subsequent response by our commander-in-chief have really – REALLY – pissed off America’s Mayor, Rudy Giuliani. And rightfully so.
Giuliani appeared on The O’Reilly Factor yesterday evening and shredded Obama for doing the wave at a baseball game while they were still identifying bodies in Belgium.
The President “was sitting in a baseball game doing the wave and laughing, instead of trying to rally the West against ISIS on the day this killing took place,” Giuliani explained. “What he did was an embarrassment as an American.”
Giuliani then blasted Hillary, even going so far as to say she could be considered a founding member of ISIS for going along with the President’s strategy to pull out of Iraq… a strategy that allowed the terror group to form and gain power.
“She helped create ISIS,” Giuliani explained. “Hillary Clinton could be considered a founding member of ISIS … by being part of an administration that withdrew in Iraq.”
You can watch the entire interview here.
Via The Blaze:
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R), who presided over the major city during the 9/11 attacks, came out swinging against Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton Wednesday night, claiming the former secretary of state should be considered a “founding member” of the Islamic State.
“She helped create ISIS,” Giuliani told Fox News anchor Bill O’Reilly. “I mean, Hillary Clinton could be considered a founding member of ISIS.”
Giuliani pulled no punches against Obama either, condemning the commander-in-chief for failing to return from Cuba to the White House after getting word of the deadly attacks in Brussels Tuesday.
“What he did yesterday embarrassed me as an American,” Giuliani said of Obama.
Giuliani went on to voice his support for both Republican frontrunners Donald Trump and Ted Cruz saying “There’s no question, they’ll take the war to ISIS.”
As a gentle reminder to readers – within hours of dozens of people being killed by ISIS in Brussels, Obama was sitting with his family and Cuban dictator Raul Castro at an exhibition baseball game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban national team. Doing the wave, no less. This is his response to yet another major terrorist attack by ISIS.