Crowley: Military 'Being Hamstrung By Pres. Whose Heart Isn't in This War'
Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, a former Pentagon intelligence chief, slammed the Obama administration stating that they are "paralyzed" in fighting terrorism.
"You cannot defeat an enemy you do not admit exists," Flynn stated.
"There are many sincere people in our government who frankly are paralyzed by this complexity," said Flynn, so they "accept a defensive posture, reasoning that passivity is less likely to provoke our enemies."
Fox News contributor Monica Crowley remarked today on "The Real Story" that Flynn really unloaded on the administration and is voicing the concerns of many.
"I think he's giving voice to a lot of frustrations that you hear about from the military that can't express it because they are active duty, they are in the leadership [role] now," Crowley stated. "But a lot of folks feel this way. They want to go out there and try and fight and defeat this enemy."
"They are being hamstrung by a commander-in-chief whose heart is just not in this war," she added.
Crowley explained that the Obama administration is "not going to change their language about this enemy or this war."
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