In his Talking Points Memo tonight, Bill O'Reilly wondered if the jihad will defeat America.

O'Reilly pointed out that close to two years ago, reports began surfacing that militant jihadists were gathering power in Syria. President Obama, however, did not take any action, even after the situation began to worsen.

"ISIS infiltrated into Iraq and a full-fledged ground war began," O'Reilly said. "Once again, President Obama did little."

"Finally, the situation threatened Kurdistan, a strong ally in the western part of Iraq. That situation forced Mr. Obama to begin bombing the ISIS savages, who also were taunting the USA and the world by beheading captured Westerners on camera," O'Reilly said. "But despite all the carnage, President Obama and the Pentagon didn't develop any cohesive plan to defeat ISIS. And to this day there is no campaign."

O'Reilly said that ISIS' capture of the key Iraqi city Ramadi is a "catastrophe," yet the Obama administration still doesn't see it as a compelling problem.

"The brutal truth is the Obama administration is losing the fight against ISIS because it will not fight, and that insane policy is rippling throughout the world," O'Reilly said. "That savage group is now operating in nine countries and may even have infiltrated into Afghanistan, where we have U.S. troops."

"Talking Points believes that the apathy the Obama administration has shown to this growing worldwide threat endangers all Americans," O'Reilly said.

"If President Obama doesn't kick it into gear quickly, the next president of the United States will be facing an armed conflict in the Middle East that will dwarf anything we have seen so far, including the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan."

Watch the full Talking Points Memo above.

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