Editor’s note: Gabbard is presidential material for 2020 along with John Kerry. We get mixed reviews on Kerry but not Gabbard, who is “real deal.”
On the other hand, the criticism of Gabbard by such as Megan McCain, perhaps one of the worst people in the world, certainly a cow but also, we might add, “Saudi Arabia’s bitch” as well, is fun to see.
Mueller is starting to round up Megan McCain’s friends for taking payoffs from Russia and lying to the FBI. Will Megan get a pass?
As for Megan’s statement about Gabbard “palling around with Assad who kills women and children with gas,” all we can say is that I am sure Megan produces far more deadly gas than Assad.
…by Jonas E. Alexis
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has done it again. The intrepid lady who had previously challenged Trump on his political move in Syria has recently declared that Trump is “Saudi Arabia’s bitch.”
Trump, according to Gabbard, knew that the death of Jamal Khashoggi was solely the work of the Saudis, most specifically the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Yet Trump decided to proceed with making military deals with the Saudis anyway. Gabbard, of course, must have been thinking:
“Didn’t Trump bomb Syria on false pretense, without any evidence whatsoever, within the first few months of his presidency? Didn’t he lie to the American people by saying that Assad was killing his own people, including ‘innocent babies’? Didn’t he listen to the Israelis by perpetuating one lie after another against a sovereign nation that is actually protecting both Muslims and Christians in the region? And now he is telling us that he cannot cancel his deal with the Saudis, even though he has clear evidence that has bin Salman’s fingerprints all over it? What the heck is this man talking about?”
Gabbard destroyed Trump’s diabolical enterprise by saying: “Hey @realdonaldtrump: being Saudi Arabia’s bitch is not ‘America First.’” Russia Today rightly reported:
“Gabbard, who is an Iraq War veteran herself, opposes the knee-jerk use of the US military in foreign conflicts. She clashed with former president Barack Obama on his Syria policy, suggesting that the US and its allies were pushing for regime change in the country but ignoring the potential consequences. She has also spoken out against the US arming anti-government fighters in Syria, many of whom turned out to be jihadist extremists.
“Gabbard also visited Syria herself on a private fact-finding mission, during which she met Syrian President Bashar Assad without informing top Democrats. After the trip, she was roundly denounced by members of both parties as an “Assad apologist” for daring to break bipartisan ranks on interventionist US foreign policy.
“That exact same line criticism was on display on Wednesday as well, as pundits and politicians – even those routinely critical of Trump – lit into Gabbard over her tweet.”
Megan McCain, daughter of the late John McCain (Gordon Duff rightly called McCain “the father of ISIS”) declared: “Big words coming from a woman who pals around with Bashar al-Assad as he chemically gasses women and children…”
Come on, Megan! US weapons are literally killing thousands upon thousands of women and children in Yemen! Even the BBC, a thoroughly Zionist outlet, has come out and reported that “85,000 children” in Yemen are already “dead from malnutrition.” So when Assad allegedly “gassed” children, it is wrong and immoral. But when the Saudis literally liquidate children through starvation, then that’s all right? How can Megan McCain uphold two contradictory worldviews while her head doesn’t explode into different particles?
Obviously Megan is following her father’s diabolical path, which is thoroughly congruent with what the Israelis are doing in the Middle East.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.