“April 10, 2003, only three weeks into the war, NBC News was embedded with troops from the Army’s 101st Airborne as they temporarily take over the Al Qakaa weapons installation south of Baghdad. But these troops never found the nearly 380 tons of some of the most powerful conventional explosives, called HMX and RDX, which is now missing. The U.S. troops did find large stockpiles of more conventional weapons, but no HMX or RDX, so powerful less than a pound brought down Pan Am 103 in 1988, and can be used to trigger a nuclear weapon. In a letter this month, the Iraqi interim government told the International Atomic Energy Agency the high explosives were lost to theft and looting due to lack of security. Critics claim there were simply not enough U.S. troops to guard hundreds of weapons stockpiles, weapons now being used by insurgents and terrorists to wage a guerrilla war in Iraq.” (NBC’s “Nightly News,” 10/25/04)
Biden’s scaremongering imagery has been memory-holed together with Trump’s promises of unity and healing.
And worst of all for the Left.
Race-baiting and wokism from top to bottom, and not one good film on the list.
Congress should use historical data, not future projections, to determine state and local assistance.
The new administration should stay the hawkish course set by the Trump administration.
The pursuit of Trump after he has left office threatens to degrade the Constitution and to shatter what remains of national unity.