Removal was necessary

 
Updated 1/13/2020 10:05 AM

The United States of America took decisive and necessary action by wiping Iranian General Qassem Soleimani from the face of our earth. This coward, along with his maniacal cohorts, is responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent people around the globe.

He wished to exterminate the State of Israel, the Jewish people and annihilate the United States of America, and therefore, he deserved his fate.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps are a cesspool of vile anti-Semitism, anti-Americanism and propelled forward by a twisted desire to bring Lady Liberty to her knees through cowardly proxy wars, using hostages as leverage, intervening in and perpetuating bloodbaths such as the Syrian Civil War and a deep-seated desire to repress humanity.

Unlike the self-proclaimed media experts' bloviations, it is not the United States that wants war. Rather, it is the theocratic fascist movement, represented best by the Iranian leadership, that abuse their own people and risk the peace of the world.

The critics have a right to voice their concerns, and once we solve our political polarization, we should muster up the fortitude to pass a congressional authorization for military action; however, I rejoice in the elimination of a man that wished death upon my family, friends, myself and my beautiful country.

This bold move sends a strong and unmistakable message to our enemies and all those that wish to stomp upon our inherent rights: do not tread on us.

Henry J.H. Wilson

Barrington

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