Max Boot is as about as disgusting a liberal tool as they come.
But he’s the perfect writer and contributor for the “biased, liberal propaganda, fake news media.”
According to Brian Flood and Joseph A. Wulfsohn of Fox News, “The Washington Post is under fire over Al-Baghdadi obituary headline.”
“The paper’s obituary called the ISIS leader an ‘austere religious scholar!’”
Sure…, just like Adolph Hitler was an austere political scholar!”
Can a newspaper be any more confused and propagandistic than that?
Where do people like Max Boot come from and what are their ultimate goals?
What exactly is he trying to achieve here with his ISIS friendly words?
Is he married to Osama bin Laden’s niece?
Does he have a vacation home in norther Iraq?
Or is he just your standard anti-America liberal.
I’m going with “he’s just your standard anti-America liberal.”
“The Washington Post columnist Max Boot was forced to backtrack after initially declaring that President Trump was wrong to label dead ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi a coward.”
“[President] Trump announced on Sunday that al-Baghdadi killed himself as U.S. Special Operations forces raided his compound in northern Syria. Trump said the terror leader – who set off a suicide vest, immediately killing himself and three children – ‘[ran away, whimpering and crying before he] died like a coward.’ Boot, who is also a CNN analyst, was apparently offended that Trump criticized the ISIS leader.”
‘“The assertion that Baghdadi died as a coward was, in any case, contradicted by the fact that rather than be captured, he blew himself up,’ Boot wrote in a widely criticized column.”
No, Mr. Boot, and I’m reluctantly using the term “Mr.” here…, Al-Baghdadi taking his own life, along with the lives of three of his children was either the ultimate act of cowardice or the ultimate act of selfishness, if he really did believe he was going to join Allah.
Al-Baghdadi definitely chose the coward’s way out.
“Boot became a trending topic on social media as critics lampooned his theory, but the Washington Post columnist eventually changed his tune and deleted the bizarre sentence.”
‘“An earlier version of this column included a sentence questioning whether Trump was right to call Baghdadi a coward because he blew himself up. The line was removed because it unintentionally conveyed the impression that I considered Baghdadi courageous,’ Boot wrote in the updated edition.”
These people crack me up.
Revisionist history. It’s a common tool in the liberals’ bag of tricks.
You’re a professional writer!
I don’t think anything you write “unintentionally conveys” anything!
I think your writing conveys exactly what you want it to.
And if that’s not the case, maybe he should go into a different line of work…, perhaps American public relations liaison for ISIS or Al Qaeda.
“But Boot’s gaffe wasn’t the only odd moment in the Post’s coverage of al-Baghdadi’s death. Columnist Greg Sargent said Trump’s announcement featured ‘deeply sick and twisted’ rhetoric.”
Ah, excuse me…, but I heard President Trump’s announcement, live, from beginning to end, and I didn’t find anything he said “deeply sick,” “sick,” or “twisted.”
In fact, I feel the only people who might have been bothered by his words were friends of Al-Baghdadi, his ISIS comrades, your general Muslim extremist, or just your standard anti-America liberal.
So which are you Greg Sargent?
Again, I’m going with “just your standard anti-America liberal.”
None of the anti-America and anti-President Trump propaganda should be taking any of us by surprise anymore, however…, especially from the liberal propagandists at CNN or The Washington Post.
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