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O’Reilly: ‘The president is plunging the world into a very dark place’

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly took apart President Obama’s foreign policy Tuesday, using his “Talking Points Memo” monologue to accuse Obama of “plunging the world into a very dark place.”

ISIS savages are creating mass chaos throughout the Middle East, Northern Africa and now Nigeria,” O’Reilly said. “Even though President Obama promised to confront ISIS and downgrade it, that has not happened. ISIS continues to expand, murdering thousands of people, creating chaos wherever it goes.”

O’Reilly mocked Obama’s speaking of climate change to a graduating Coast Guard class last week while failing to mention the expansion of the Islamic State into Afghanistan.

In particular, he pointed out that the only country actively fighting ISIS inside Iraq is Iran.

“President Obama and his acolytes continue to insist that they have a handle on the terror problem and ISIS in particular,” O’Reilly said before showing a video clip of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi talking about fighting ISIS on social media.

“While human beings are being burned alive, Congresswoman Pelosi is concerned about the social media aspect of the struggle — As usual Congresswoman Pelosi is living in the Land of Oz. She has no blanking clue what’s happening.”

O’Reilly said the 60-nation coalition against ISIS the president likes to tout is “as impotent as any group ever be. There isn’t enough Viagra in the world.”

The host noted that America’s receding role in the international community has created a hole that is being filled by bad actors like Russia and China.

He said that the president’s failures will be bad news for Hillary Clinton as she seeks to win the White House in 2016.

“But in the end, it all comes back to President Obama, the most reluctant commander in chief this nation has ever had,” O’Reilly said. “By withholding American power abroad, the president is plunging the world into a very dark place.

“When order collapses so does civilized society,” he concluded. “God help the next president of the United States.”

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