The White House has its head where it doesn’t belong.
Saying the “war is here on U.S. soil,” a victim of the 2009 Fort Hood attack by Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan described the killing of four U.S. Marines in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on Thursday as “an act of terror.”
He said the threat won’t go away until it is eliminated.
Sgt. Alonzo Lunsford, who survived being shot seven times by Hasan, appeared Friday on Fox News’ “Your World,” and told host Charles Payne the White House needed to call this attack what it truly was.
“They need to get their heads out of the fourth point of contact and call it what it is,” Lunsford said of the Obama administration.
The “fourth point of contact” is Airborne military jargon for the derriere, which is a somewhat more polite way of telling Obama to get his head out of his **s.
“As long as they drag their feet, people die,” Lunsford said. “Now, we predicted this would happen years ago. It happened here in the United States and in England as well.”
Lunsford also joined the call for allowing troops to arm themselves in the face of the growing threat against U.S. military personnel.
“We need to arm our military in all military facilities, like we did before, so they can protect themselves, because all military personnel, be it if you’re retired or you’re active, we have targets on our back,” Lunsford said.