Were it not for the absence of a pink tie and presence of a normally proportioned head rather than one that looks more like Secretariat than a Secretary of State, one might have thought Chris Wallace was interviewing John Kerry – at least when it comes to the dismissive remarks he made about Dr. Sebastian Gorka and the cover for sanitizing the language regarding Islamic terrorism.
Wallace questioned Tillerson about the forcing out of both Steve Bannon and Gorka. He said many “are saying that this is a victory for the globalists, and they include you in that group, over the so-called ‘America firsters.'”
Wallace continues, “Sebastian Gorka, in his resignation letter to the President, wrote this about the Afghanistan speech, ‘The fact that those who drafted and approved the speech removed any mention of radical Islam or radical Islamic terrorism, proves that a crucial element of your presidential campaign has been lost.’ Is Gorka right?”
Tillerson seems anxious to respond, saying, “No, I think he’s completely wrong, Chris and I think it shows a lack of understanding of the President’s broader policy when it comes to protecting Americans at home and abroad from all acts of terrorism.” Of course there was no lack of understanding though there are clearly differences of opinion.
Tillerson could have stopped at stating a simple disagreement but instead opted to include a demeaning attack on Gorka as an ignorant simpleton, indicative of some bitterness and probably making Gorka’s point for him. Tillerson’s words again sound like something out of the Obama regime, the very globalists that Gorka said were running our foreign and national security policies. Jihadi Jeh Johnson wouldn’t have said it any differently, aside from including the obligatory advertisement for his CVE terrorist welfare program and a reminder to “see something say something.”
“Terrorism manifests itself in the many types of organizations,” essentially saying that not all terrorism is Islamic and they don’t deserve any special emphasis or recognition by virtue of their overwhelming majority. Right, Jeh… er, Rex. He then goes on to say he doesn’t see any division between the “America firsters” and the globalists. That’s because he’s one of them and they’ve pretty much eliminated the division by ousting all but one or two on the other side.
Tillerson then shifts into a long-winded off-topic answer about Afghanistan to keep from having to answer that more difficult question that was actually asked, the one about the globalists and their successful takeover of the White House. He says “The Afghan government and the Afghan people must own their form of government.”
Good luck with that one, Afghanistan. You’re seeing now just how much these globalists in the White House respect the will of the people and the agenda upon which they elected their own President. Your wishes won’t have much impact either. Can a government pretend that their enemy is “those Icelandic terrorists” or the “Belize bombers” as they pretend there is no Islamic terror really protect the American people? Will our global human importation programs also continue to not reflect the heightened risk and cultural degradation under Tillerson?
Whatever happened to “You can’t defeat your enemy if you won’t identify your enemy?” Are we adopting Obama’s strategy of American surrender while claiming we’re not and similarly sanitizing the identity of the enemy? Has anyone bothered to reinsert the references to Islamic terrorism in all of the documents purged by Robert Mueller when he was FBI director? Why not?
Mr. President, there are snakes in your bed.
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