Actor James Woods once again exhibited his well-honed talent for political commentary Saturday, this time setting his sights on our former secretary of state, Hillary Clinton. His words were on target, and he didn’t fail to please his followers.
Woods began with an observation:
Only the passion of the true liar can engender such emotion… pic.twitter.com/G3PfPzSuF8
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) September 7, 2013
That stirred the creative juices of Woods’ followers. Here are a few examples:
Woods immediately followed up with a question — one that given Clinton’s presidential aspirations should be asked by the media, repeatedly.
Where indeed? That tweet set off a spate of additional ones:
Clinton was secretary of state during the years leading up to, and during the eruption of violence in Syria. She was part of the decision-making process that helped shape America’s Middle East policy — or rather lack thereof.
And most importantly, it was only during those first crucial months that we had the opportunity to act. It’s too late now.
Two years after the violence erupted, the president is calling for action, and its two years too late — there are no allies to whom we can lend support. There are no good guys in white hats anymore.
Muddying the waters further, Reuters reported Saturday there is no direct, provable link between the sarin gas attacks on the Syrian civilian population and the Bashar al-Assad regime.
Syria is overrun with barbarians and Clinton is silent.
Why? Because she was part of the process that led not only to the escalation of violence in Syria, but the murder of four American heroes in Benghazi a year ago.
She’s hiding because she has a presidential run to think about., and she doesn’t want this mess to damage it. It’s probably too late for that, too.
These are all facts, which the former secretary of state would prefer we forget. Woods had something to say about such facts:
The beautifully drawn blueprint our founders passed on to us has never been so tattered, so blurred and so distorted.