While the media and other leftist elites ignore the millions of folks living in “flyover” states, they do so at their own peril; it was this silent majority that put President Trump in the White House. Each week, Liberty Nation gives voice to the hard-working heartlanders who are silent no more.
Ay Caramba! What a week in the middle of America as millions celebrated the untimely demise of an ISIS monster, hailed a hero canine warrior, and said “I told you so” to anyone who would listen. As Democrats spun in every direction managing crisis communications and a serious case of egg on face, the flyover folks simply laughed at the pained expressions while adjusting their MAGA hats.
Who’s a Good Girl? You’re a Good Girl!
Her name is Conan, and she’s a Belgian Malinois who was an integral part of the successful U.S. military raid that killed Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi this week in Syria. While pursuing Baghdadi through a tunnel under the terrorist’s compound, Conan suffered injuries from live electrical wires after the Islamic leader detonated a suicide vest. U.S. central command’s General Kenneth McKenzie expressed no doubts that Baghdadi needed to die:
“Now, about Baghdadi’s last moments; I can tell you this. He crawled into a hole with two small children and blew himself up while his people stayed on the ground. You can deduce what kind of person it is based on that activity.”
Conan has been involved in 50 missions and is back on active duty after rapidly recovering from her injuries – and is soon to be a guest of President Trump at the White House. Animals lovers agreed with Trump that Conan is a “very brave” dog.
Carol Carden in Caloosa, OK, made her choice for praise-worthies known: “Better choice than entitled athletes!” In Kyle, TX, Clinton Kidwell was dreamed aloud, “Hope she’s turned loose on all the treasonous Democrats who are attempting this Coup.”
All agreed Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) would probably subpoena Conan for her role in Trump’s decisions on Syria of late, but Jennie Gibbs in North Dakota advised the lawmaker, “Old pencil-neck better steer clear of that dog. She can sniff out crime and sure isn’t afraid to tackle the problem.”
The Mess in Syria
There isn’t a soul in flyover country that believes the trouble in Syria is negotiable – and when the president announced pulling troops in the war-torn region – middle America smelled a plot hatching. While Democrats lost their minds over the perceived abandonment of our Kurdish allies, ISIS seemingly fell for the party line. And then U.S. Special Forces came for ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. It was an ah-ha moment for the ages as Democrats retreated after being played like the proverbial fiddle by the trickster in chief.
Anna from the Show Me State declared, “When Trump says he is for America, I think we can believe him. When he said he didn’t believe it wise to announce in advance removing troops. I was glad to hear that too.”
“With Big Daddy gone, ISIS is on its way to becoming WASWAS,” was the clever observation from a man in the Arizona desert, Timon Harper.
Since sex trafficker and Democratic Party financier Jeffrey Epstein’s most untimely death, rumors have swirled that the man did not commit suicide. Rather, he was suicided. A high-profile man with a powerful black book spent nearly a nano-second behind bars before the cameras went down and guards stopped patrolling the prison wing. Sure. And as we all know dead men tell no tales. Well, unless they are re-autopsied by an unbiased expert.
Epstein’s brother hired Dr. Michael Baden – a renowned forensic pathologist, who released his findings this week: most likely homicide by strangulation. The plot continues to thicken but flyover folks feel they already know the culprit – and can’t wait to once again exclaim, in the future, “I told you so.”