Fox News host Bill O’Reilly asked on Monday if President Obama is delusional in his belief that his strategy against the Islamic State is working.
“The United States and its allies have not contained ISIS. They are a threat worldwide. They continue to kill people with impunity,” O’Reilly said. “Nevertheless, the president is unrepentant and unwilling to admit that his strategy has failed even though some in his own party take exception.”
O’Reilly blamed Obama’s retreat from his “red line” in Syria for the current refugee crisis that is helping the ISIS terrorists move worldwide.
“When the Syrian dictator Assad used poison gas, President Obama threatened the man,” he said. “You may remember he did not carry out his threat, which he could have easily done by destroying the Syrian air force, which was delivering some of the gas. The president’s retreat from Syria has caused the massive refugee problem. And remember, one of the ISIS killers in Paris apparently posed as a refugee to enter France.”
He added that allowing the refugees in to America is another Obama delusion.
“Nevertheless, Mr. Obama is quite confident that no terrorists will be among the ten-thousand refugees he wants to resettle in America,” O’Reilly said. “That, of course, is another delusion and at least 15 states have already said they will not accept any refugees. Expect that number to grow as more Americans finally realize that the president of the United States has lost control of the war on terror.”
Watch the segment below.
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