ISIS: Two Years Later the Threat Endures
Two years ago, and months after referring to ISIS as the "JV squad," President Obama authorized air strikes against the terror group in Iraq and Syria. Today, the threat endures.
ISIS has expanded into more than 40 countries, taken a foothold in Libya, and its attacks on Western targets have grown increasingly frequent, brazen and deadly. Victims in Paris, San Bernadino, Brussels, Orlando, Istanbul and Nice are all a stark reminder that The Clinton-Obama approach to dealing with ISIS has failed.
As CIA Director John Brennan recently stated, “Our efforts have not reduced the group’s terrorism capability and global reach.”
Barack Obama's fight against ISIS has FAILED to eliminate the threat of domestic terrorism.
And a President Hillary Clinton would keep it that way.