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Wow: WaPo Columnist Defends the Courage of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

When you find yourself in the late stages of Trump Derangement Syndrome, it becomes increasingly difficult to hide the symptoms of your mania from the public. Washington Post columnist Max Boot is apparently reaching the fatal, final months of his battle with the disease, and it’s starting to show up in his daily blather.

TDS already caused Boot to turn his back on the Republican Party and join the left, and it has already compelled him to dedicate his career to spewing anti-Trump vomit all over the pages of the Post. But it was not until Monday that Boot revealed that he is so eaten up by the ailment that he would rather defend a terrorist leader’s courage than agree with President Trump on any subject.

“A president who has never heard a shot fired in anger reveled in Baghdadi’s last moments, even claiming ‘he died like a coward … whimpering and crying and screaming all the way.’ Trump could not possibly have heard ‘whimpering and crying’ on the overhead imagery because there was no audio, and Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper and Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, pointedly refused to confirm those details. The assertion that Baghdadi died as a coward was, in any case, contradicted by the fact that rather than be captured, he blew himself up,” Boot wrote.

Unreal. In criticizing President Trump’s speech announcing the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Boot was in comfortable company with the rest of the rabidly anti-Trump media. But we’re not sure we saw anyone else go so far as to imply that blowing one’s self and one’s children to hell with a suicide vest is a mark of bravery.

After getting raked over the coals on social media, Boot deleted that ill-advised sentiment and explained the correction: “An earlier version of this column included a sentence questioning whether Trump was right to call Baghdadi a coward because he blew himself up. The line was removed because it unintentionally conveyed the impression that I considered Baghdadi courageous.”

Well, Max…when you say that Baghdadi’s decision to blow himself up contradicts Trump’s assertion that the terrorist leader was a coward, that does indeed convey the impression that you believe Baghdadi died as some sort of shining beacon of courage. Your advanced TDS may prevent you from making such obvious leaps of logic, but we’re quite confident in our own abilities to make that hop.

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  1. Who seriously reads Washington Post? It’s a clown show to see how can we spin this to make President Trump look bad? You would think at some point though they would just be embarrassed to call themselves journalists or a newspaper.

    • What would you suggest they call themselves Lisa?
      Trumps Bitches…
      MSM Whores…
      Writers wives… These clowns don’t care what we call them, they are concerned about clicking on their sites and reading their crap the way we do? Trump made them his bitches before he even started his campaign in 2015…He made them his Whores the day he won in 2016, and now they cry like mis-treated wives on their anniversary everytime he does anything. They have no shame, no remorse about what they say. Just click bait is what they are concerned about. Everyone of them would rather see Hitler, Stalin, or even Castro in the Presidency, anyone other than President Trump.

  2. Is there some competition going on that we haven’t heard about? See which “news” outlet can go lower than all the rest? These fools have gone well beyond deranged!

  3. Max Boot should be given the boot..He is an ass…The clowns at the Washington Post all need
    a wake up call…they are so dishonest it is astonishing..I used to read that paper but no longer. It
    is filled with lies and left wing opinions not news…with Boots thinking I guess Osama bin Laden was a
    hero for murdering over 3000 Americans..Max Boot you are a disgusting individual!

  4. A person that commits suicide is a coward. They can’t face having to deal with the consequences. IF/when I die, I want people to know that I died naturally. Suicide is the coward’s way out. Now, don’t get me wrong. There are cases where people are bullied into it. But, that usually indicates a mental problem. When the President says that the mass murderers have mental problems, it’s the truth. Most mass murderers commit suicide after committing their crime. A SANE person doesn’t decide to kill others. This guy definitely has Trump syndrome!

  5. CNN, WaPo, NYT, MSNBC…all trash. Throw in a few others like ABC and CBS for good measure. Guys, it only takes telling and reporting the truth. The ISIS POS was a vicious killer and demented SOB. He deserved to die and hurtful as possible. This WaPo issue is indicative of how stupid the media has become. Thses giuys were enemies of our nation to the worst degree. Any thing short of that makes the media suck!

    • So sorry.. those networks you mentioned do not know how to tell the truth. They only know how to support the communist Democrats at all cost. Journalism is almost dead in America!

  6. What a load of “Road Apples”. That guy Baghdadi was a damn coward to the end. Blowing yourself up, along with a coupe of kids,is the ultimate in cowardice!! Takes a real man to do that, right!? When faced with real men and a dog instead of defenceless women and kids he kills himself, and doesn’t try until the end to protect those 2 kids he blew up. What a chickensh!t!!!!!

  7. Just how sick and how disloyal do you have to be to find reason to defend this murdering bastard
    Baghdad i.. The Washington Post should fire this man and the FBI should investigate him. Stupid!

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