Senator John McCain blasts it as “very, very ineffective.” But Lt. Col Ralph Peters goes even further, hitting the White House war strategy with extreme prejudice, taking a sledgehammer to President Obama’s “phony,” “fraudulent” air campaign against the Islamic State terror group.
As the Washington Times reports, the Arizona Senator slammed Obama’s air war, saying it’s doing little, if any, good in stopping the advance of ISIS in the Middle East.
“Launching three strikes around a place where a horrible humanitarian crisis is taking place, meanwhile [the Islamic State] continues to make gains everywhere — yes, is clearly very, very ineffective, to say the least,” Mr. McCain said during an appearance of the “State of the Union” on CNN.
On “The Kelly File,” Monday, military analyst Peters goes after the president’s “pretend effort” with a vengeance that lays bare the fact that precious U.S. military resources are being wasted on destroying empty buildings and random ISIS vehicles.
You can watch the fiery Peters interview with show host Megyn Kelly, and pay particular attention to what Lt. Col. Peters has to say, starting at 3:13.
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