Liberals will use anything they can to smear President Trump, but last night, Juan Williams, one of the hosts of The Five, went entirely too far when he lodges a disgusting insult against the military in an effort to defame the President.
Williams has been an outspoken critic of Trump, however, he even sent his co-hosts into a rage with his troubling insult of our military generals. According to the liberal commentator, President Trump was using his Afghanistan speech to deflect attention away from the events that took place in Charlottesville last week, ignoring the fact the plan has been in consideration for months now.
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“I’m thinking maybe it was the eclipse, because it seems you’re blind to the realities,” Williams said.
Below is the rest of his rant:
Donald Trump finds this opportune moment to use [the military] as a toy to say, ‘You know that stuff I was saying, when I didn’t understand what Nazis and white supremacists and neo-nazis was about? I forgot what World War II was about? And when real American patriots shed blood to fight those Nazis? There was no equivalence.’ No, no, no. But he didn’t say that. Instead, now he’s saying, ‘Oh yeah, so you know what? … This is brand-new.’
This to me is the absolute most cheap use of our military from a guy who was in a hole and has damaged his presidency in a way that he will not recover.
Naturally, his co-hosts fired back against the accusations, making Williams look like a total buffoon.
“That’s nonsense …. These guys know more about loss than you do, Juan,” host Greg Gutfeld shot back.
“It’s very disingenuous to suggest that the president of the United States would squander lives to try to get himself out of a political pickle,” Kimberly Guilfoyle said. “He has been working on a strategy for Afghanistan [for a while].”
Guilfoyle regularly advises the President, so she knows a thing or two about what he’s been working on. That’s not to mention, White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly is both a war hero and a Gold Star father – he lost his son in Afghanistan in 2010 – so he’s not exactly going to allow the President to send troops into harm’s way for a PR stunt.