U.S. Military Pilots Reveal The CHILLING Reason ISIS Was Never Taken Out

During Obama’s administration, we all wondered why our military never annihilated ISIS targets. We all speculated that Barack Hussein Obama had something to do with it, but we did not have the proof.  So, finally we have the answers, and it is exactly what we thought it to be. Obama would not allow our military to perform air strikes 75% of the time. Yep, you heard that right, but wait there’s more.

According to Free Beacon:

U.S. military pilots who have returned from the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq are confirming that they were blocked from dropping 75 percent of their ordnance on terror targets because they could not get clearance to launch a strike, according to a leading member of Congress.

Strikes against the Islamic State (also known as ISIS or ISIL) targets are often blocked due to an Obama administration policy to prevent civilian deaths and collateral damage, according to Rep. Ed Royce (R., Calif.), chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

The policy is being blamed for allowing Islamic State militants to gain strength across Iraq and continue waging terrorist strikes throughout the region and beyond, according to Royce and former military leaders who spoke Wednesday about flaws in the U.S. campaign to combat the Islamic State.

Obama could have stopped the Islamic State multiple times but allowed them to get to this size. This treasonous piece of scum has done everything he could to aid and abet our enemies. It is disgusting to know that Obama would not allow our military to their job and take out these threats.

However, it is a new time in this country, and it is about time. Thankfully, we now have a president who wants to go after ISIS and destroy them. So, ISIS better run, cause we are about to kick your ass.

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