Peters: Obama's ISIS Strategy Has Condemned Millions
Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) told Bill O'Reilly tonight that President Obama's press conference after a G-20 summit in Turkey today in the wake of the Paris terror attacks showed that the U.S. and our allies are in deep trouble.
At one point, the president called Friday's attacks a "setback" but touted the current strategy that is in place to combat ISIS in Syria.
Peters asserted that the only president on the American continent who has done more damage than Obama was Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederate States of America.
"It is just beyond delusional. This guy is so arrogant and, at the same time, so sensitive," Peters said. "He cannot admit he's ever wrong. And boy, is he wrong and has been wrong about Islamist terror."
Peters said one of Obama's biggest blunders in the fight against ISIS has been letting our enemies know that we won't attack cities, as that encouraged militants to occupy more populated areas.
"You cannot, cannot make war without collateral damage and civilian casualties," Peters said. "What he's done, he's saved a handful of lives and, as you observed in your Talking Points, condemned millions of people to subjugation, torture, torment, kidnapping, rape, murder, refugee status."
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