President Donald Trump gave the U.S. military the green light over the weekend to take out Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani — who has killed and help orchestrate attacks that killed thousands of Americans over the years.
After Trump took out one of the world’s most dangerous men, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats immediately moved to condemn him.
As bad as that is, they used a common anti-Israel code word when criticizing the president, the one man keeping America safe.
Pelosi said Trump’s response to the loss of hundreds of Americans — and stopping future attacks — was “disproportionate.”
But this is what the word really means to the left.
From The Right Scoop:
The code word used by people who hate Israel is “disproportionate.”
They use this term, so subjective as to be meaningless, as a shoehorn to turn any action that involves the nation into an indictment against it, and a paean to its enemies.
Nancy Pelosi, who is somehow Speaker of the House again at age 203, used the phrase this morning as her fig leaf for supporting Iran against the United States.
Trump’s response? Nothing — because he doesn’t care what Nancy does or says. He’s the president and has the legal authority to order military strikes to protect American assets and personnel.
Now, we also have more proof that Pelosi is a racist and anti-Semite.
Maybe Pelosi is so angry because Trump took out the dangerous terrorist that former President Barack Obama spent years appeasing and cowering to.
Trump previously abandoned Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran and has been dealing with minor provocations from Iran, which escalated into an attack on the U.S. embassy in Iraq last week.
On Thursday, drone strikes killed Soleimani and Popular Mobilization Forces leader Abu Mahdi al Muhandis outside Baghdad International Airport.
Trump said he authorized the drone strikes to “stop a war” with Iran that could possibly expand.
While Democrats and liberals are rushing to defend the Iranian scum — top military officials say Soleimani was planning “imminent attacks” on Americans that would have most likely killed hundreds.
The attacks would have been conducted on American facilities and workers in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon along with other countries in the region.
That’s not “disproportionate” — but rather necessary.
Obama and his team sent Iran pallets of cash, caved on the atrocious Iran Nuclear Deal, and agreed to many of their other reckless demands for years.
But Trump has made it clear that there’s now a real “red line” in Iran, and if they do anything to harm Americans or put them in danger — action will be taken.
And on the same day drone strikes ordered by Trump killed two top Iranian military figures in Iraq, what Obama was spotted doing speaks volumes.