Russia Basically Says Obama Doesn’t Fight ISIS. Who Do You Believe?

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President Obama unleashed a bombing attack on ISIS known in the House of Many Colors as the JV Team.  The President is so committed to the destruction of ISIS that he’s authorized dropping 43 bombs each and every day on the enemy.  Forty-three bombs every day.  Even Saturday, the Muslim holy day.  Forty-three big booms just looking for a bad guy. Needless to say ISIS is terrorized.

Let’s put the terror that Barack Obama, our Commander-in-Chief, is unleashing on ISIS into perspective.  During Desert Storm, the first Iraq War, President George H.W. Bush authorized dropping only 6,163 bombs per day.

Oops, 43 is less than 6,163.  Oh well.

Anyway, there’s speculation that’s been going around that Barack isn’t really committed to defeating anybody, but especially ISIS.  That’s been confirmed by … the Russians.

Alexei Pushkov, the Head of the Russian Parliament’s International Affairs Committee, created a firestorm today when he took to Twitter and said Barack Obama is not bombing ISIS.

“McCain accused us of striking out at US-trained insurgents… However, since they have either run away or joined al-Qaeda, hitting them is a mission impossible,” Pushkov wrote on his Twitter account.

“The US-led coalition spent a whole year pretending they were striking ISIL targets but where are the results of these strikes?” Pushkov asked during and interview with France’s Europe 1 Radio.

Max Boot, of the Council on Foreign Relations, admits the U.S. bombing campaign against ISIS is primarily smoke and mirrors.

“Obama’s strategy in Syria and Iraq is not working… (because) the U.S. bombing campaign against ISIS has been remarkably restrained,” Boot wrote for Newsweek in February.

The Russians are accusing Obama of not just NOT going after ISIS, but of taking out civilian infrastructure in both Iraq and Syria.  It looks like Barack is at war with everybody in the region but ISIS.

It turns out that Barack may need all the media help he can get his hands on.  There’s a paper trail on this one.

Bombing the Islamic State runs counter to the agenda revealed in Defense Intelligence Agency documents from 2012.

The documents show the United States and its partners in the Gulf states and Turkey supported the Islamic State and planned to establish a Salafist principality in Syria.

The Pentagon has admitted it “helped build ISIS” and armed the group with weapons transferred from Benghazi, Libya.

The globalist Brookings Institute also described the ultimate objective.

Oops.  Who could have sent the bombs that killed these people?

TURKEY OUT Two victims hold hands after an explosion in the town of Suruc in Sanliurfa, Turkey, on July 20, 2015, near the Syrian border. A suspected Islamic State suicide bomber killed at least 31 people in an attack on a Turkish cultural center in the southern town of Suruc, where activists had gathered to prepare for an aid mission in the nearby Syrian town of Kobane. AFP PHOTO/DEPO PHOTOS TURKEY OUT (Photo credit should read DEPO PHOTOS/AFP/Getty Images)

So back to the initial question.  Who to believe?  Barack or the Russians?

I’ll take the Russians.

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