A U.S. Marine Corps. veteran is glad President Trump is in the White House because it’s time to rid the world of terrorist groups like ISIS.
“I’ve been saying this is going to happen for a long time. When is it coming here?” Dakota Meyer said on “Fox & Friends” Wednesday, reacting to the terror attack in Manchester U.K on Monday that left 22 dead and dozens injured.
“I think the only way you get this point across is that we release the gates of hell on them,” the 28-year-old Afghanistan War veteran said, adding that by making the fight so ugly, the terrorist group would have a hard time recruiting new members.
“You can’t just ignore this problem because it’s going to come here,” Meyer said.
But Meyer, who had the Medal of Honor bestowed on him by former President Obama, believes the Trump administration is a welcome change in the war against terror.
“At least we have a president that’s in place that’s not going to allow us to be the victims,” he said.
“You can guarantee he’s going to do whatever it’s going to take, no matter if it’s the most popular thing in the court of public opinion. He’s going to do what’s right to protect America,” Meyer said. “That’s a good thing we have on our side right now.”
Asked if he was satisfied with Obama’s handling of the problem of terror, Meyer’s simple response was “Absolutely not.”
“He was too busy worrying about what everybody thought of him instead of doing what was right,” he replied.
Meyer urged strong action, not negotiation, in the face of radical Islamic terrorists he called “rats” and “cowards.”
“You can’t negotiate with these types of people,” he said. “there’s only one way to get rid of this type of evil and that’s by killing them.”
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