‘He Died Like A Coward’… Trump Describes ISIS Leader al-Baghdadi As ‘Whimpering And Crying’ Before Dying

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This will be the lead story all day as the left melts down over Trump’s triumphant victory over ISIS. It makes me smile. Trump announced the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and described him as dying “in a vicious and violent way, as a coward, running and crying.” And he got to watch it happen in real-time. Al-Baghdadi evidently ran into his tunnel, where his two wives, three children, and pets were and detonated his suicide vest committing suicide. Both wives were wearing vests that did not detonate but they are nevertheless dead.

“He died like a dog, he died like a coward,” Trump said in a speech to the nation Sunday morning. Congress was not apprised of the operation because they can’t keep their mouths shut. Pelosi and the Dems were livid when they found out Russia was told and they weren’t and even more furious when Trump disclosed who we worked with to accomplish taking out the leader of ISIS — he thanked Russia, Turkey, Syria, Iraq, and the Kurds all for helping take this guy down.

From Fox News:

“The ISIS leader’s death came in a successful U.S. military operation in northwest Syria Saturday night that took roughly two hours.

“The Islamic State leader detonated an explosive vest as U.S. Special Operations Forces stormed his compound in the Idrib Province. Trump said he died whimpering at the back of a dead-end tunnel.

“He also said the U.S. had al-Baghdadi under surveillance for weeks.

“Trump said the U.S. had been searching for al-Baghdadi for years, calling his capture or death “the top national security priority of my administration.” Trump thanked Russia, Turkey, Syria, Iraq, and Kurds in the region.

“No personnel were lost in the operation, while a large number of Baghdadi’s fighters and companions were killed with him,” Trump said, adding that the U.S. recovered “highly sensitive” materials related to ISIS. “You are the very best anywhere in the world,” Trump later said of the U.S. forces.

“Trump said al-Baghdadi died while being chased down by U.S. forces in a tunnel, and that the ISIS leader was “whimpering and crying and screaming all the way.” He then detonated a suicide vest, killing himself. Trump said three children who were with al-Baghdadi were also killed in the blast. Eleven other young children were taken out of the location uninjured, Trump said.

“Our reach is very long,” Trump said. He pointed to the recent death of Hamza bin Laden, son of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. “These savage monsters will not escape their fate, and they will not escape the final judgment of God.”

“Trump said “Baghdadi and the losers who work for him” had “no idea what they were getting into.”

“Al-Baghdadi reportedly had a $25 million bounty on his head. Some experts had predicted that as time passed and ISIS losses in the Middle East mounted, it was inevitable that al-Baghdadi would be captured or killed.

“The world is now a much safer place,” Trump said. “God bless America.”

“Trump was heavily criticized by Democrats and Republicans for withdrawing U.S. troops from northern Syria earlier this month, with one concern being that it would allow ISIS to regain strength in the region.

“We don’t want to keep soldiers between Syria and Turkey for the next 200 years,” Trump said but said he intends to secure the oil in the region, which could strengthen ISIS.

“Trump defended his decision to pull out of northern Syria, saying that it benefits Russia and China, who can build their military while the U.S. expends resources.”

The terrorist compound was located near the Turkish border in northwest Syria’s Idlib Province, a known terrorist stronghold that has served as a home to groups linked to al-Qaeda. Al-Baghdadi had long been suspected to be hiding in the Idlib Province.

Mazloum Adbi, General Commander of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, touted a “historical operation” in a tweet Sunday morning, crediting “joint intelligence work with the United States of America.”

“The thug who tried so hard to intimidate others spent his last moments in utter fear, in total panic and dread, terrified of the American forces bearing down on him,” Trump said, claiming that Baghdadi died “whimpering.”

“Last night was a great night for the United States and for the world. A brutal killer, one who has caused so much hardship and death, has been violently eliminated,” Trump said Sunday. “He died like a dog. He died like a coward. The world is now a much safer place. God bless America.”

Wow, this just made my day. No one should underestimate Trump… he’s always a number of moves ahead it would seem. Not only did our brave military take out the ISIS terrorist leader, no one got hurt except one of our wonderful dogs who should be okay.

“It’s a tribute to the courage of our armed forces, special forces that executed the raid on the compound last night, but it’s also a tribute to the decisiveness of President Donald Trump,” Pence said on CBS’ “Face the Nation.”

Evidently the Iraqis helped us find him:

“Iraqi intelligence gave ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s location to the U.S.-led coalition fighting the terror group ahead of a raid in which he is believed to have died, an official told Reuters.

“An Iraqi intelligence official told the news service that agents discovered documents at a secret location in the western deserts of Iraq that identified Baghdadi’s location after arresting an Iraqi man and woman believed to be close to the ISIS leader.

“We have been constantly coordinating with the CIA, providing valuable information that the Iraqi National Intelligence Service has on Baghdadi’s movements and place of hiding,” the official said. “This cooperation was successful and achieved the ultimate goal of killing Baghdadi.”’

This is truly a great victory for America and for President Trump. It’s a day we have long waited for.

From The Hill:

“Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Sunday that the raid that resulted in the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was a “brilliantly executed operation.”

“This is a great day for America, it’s a great day for the world,” Esper, who was in the Situation Room with President Trump monitoring the Saturday night raid, said. “The president made a bold decision to launch this raid and our military service members and our interagency partners executed brilliantly.”

“Trump announced al-Baghdadi’s death Sunday.

“He said no U.S. forces were killed in the mission.

“Esper said on ABC’s “This Week” that fewer than 100 U.S. troops were on the ground during the raid, but said it was a “much bigger” operation with assistance from others in the intelligence community.

“I think all the praise goes to our service members, and to our intelligence professionals, and others who took this on,” Esper said. “And the message is if you’re a leader in ISIS, if you’re a leader of a terrorist group, we are going to go after you and we are going to hunt you relentlessly.”

“Esper added that “our troops are the best in the world.”

“It was a brilliantly executed operation and the president deserves credit for giving it the green light,” he said. “[It’s] always inherently risky, and like I like to say our folks make the complex and dangerous look simple and safe.”‘

“Last night the United States brought the world’s number one terrorist leader to justice, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead,” Trump said. “He was the founder and leader of ISIS, the most ruthless and violent terror organization anywhere in the world.”

Good freaking riddance. As Lindsey Graham put it: “Last night the best of America confronted the worst of mankind. And the good guys won. ”

Sources: Fox News (1), Fox News (2), The Hill (1), The Hill (2), The Hill (3), The Hill (4), The Hill (5), Politico, TheBlaze, Breitbart, RedState (1), RedState (2), The Daily Wire, The Daily Mail, The Daily Caller, The RightScoop

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