The flaming liberals who watch the goings on inside the beltway are terrified of President Donald Trump. Once again, as per usual, they are frightened about what the POTUS “may” do. This time, they’re convinced that he’s going to start a war with Iran as a way of getting back at Joe Biden. Biden will wish he got off that easy, once the president really does get done with him, but for now, the progressive speculation is rampant.
Trump wants to bomb Iran
With the appeasement faction trying to convince the world that Biden won the election, and John Kerry lurching back into the limelight as part of the alleged Biden transition team, liberals are terrified President Donald Trump will bomb Iran on the way out the White House door.
In the last conservative administration before Trump, back in April of 2007, under George W. Bush, John McCain took the stage responding to a question on everyone’s mind at the time.
“How many times do we have to prove these people are blowing up people now, never mind if they get a nuclear weapon? When do we send em an airmail message to Tehran? Jogging up the stairs to the stage, McCain quipped, “remember that Beach Boy’s song, Bomb Iran?”
He even sang some of it. Then came the Barack Obama administration and appeasement. Obama and John Kerry sent pallets full of cash off to the Ayatollah in tribute. They helped fund Iran’s nuclear program.
Now, far-left leaning Axios is “reporting” that the Israeli government put their Defense Forces on high alert, preparing for the possibility that Trump will attack Iran during his “final days in office.” They admit they don’t have a shred of evidence, only a “hunch.”
Axios has a hunch
Axios boldly speculates the Israeli warning is “based on a hunch” that “the weeks before President-elect Joe Biden takes office will be turbulent.”
They admit the report is not based on “on information from official intelligence reports or correspondence with the White House.” They’re tapped in to the psychic friends network. They also falsely assume Trump is going to leave.
Word around the water cooler is that during a meeting with senior advisors, President Trump “floated the possibility of attacking Iran’s uranium enrichment facility in Natanz.” He had a good reason for wanting to.
“international inspectors signaled that the country had increased its stockpile of nuclear material.” Not just a little bit. Iran’s uranium stockpile is 12 times larger than it’s supposed to be.
The general consensus is that the answer to the question President Trump asked was “no.”
Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley agreed that “a missile strike inside Iran was not an option.” It would ignite a “full-fledged war.”
President Donald Trump actually won the election. The courts will eventually confirm that.
Biden won’t have to worry about answering to the Ayatollah for the previous administration turning his desert country into a big sheet of glass. The president can take credit for that himself if he decides to push the button, but he isn’t going anywhere.