Wounded Vet Thanks Trump in Viral Video After Soleimani Killing

church fiance  Retired US Army Captain Jason Church took to Twitter to thank President Trump for killing known terrorist Soleimani, in an video message.

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Retired US Army Captain Jason Church took to Twitter to thank President Trump for killing known terrorist Soleimani, in an video message.

From the Western Journal:

Church is a double-amputee veteran who’s running in the Republican primary for the nomination to represent Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District.

He lost part of both his legs while fighting in Afghanistan thanks to an IED.

In a viral video after Soleimani’s death, the retired Army captain gave his thoughts on the strike against the Iranian terrorist, and thanked President Donald Trump for taking Soleimani out:

“Qassem Soleimani, a leader in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, was killed by an airstrike in Iraq,” the viral statement, posted Friday, began. He went on to say that “Trump’s bold decision-making is the kind of leadership we need in Washington.”

“This Iranian general led proxy wars leading to the deaths or wounding of hundreds of U.S. and coalition forces,” Church said, adding that his “friends and colleagues [were] included.”

In addition to lending his support to Trump, Church lashed out at the “career politicians who helped coddle Iran in the first place, giving them the resources necessary to fight these wars.”

Meghan McCain lashed out at Elisabeth Warren on Thursday on the View.

From trendingpolitics:

It seemed as though McCain was on a mission to get Warren to admit that Soleimani was a terrorist which, of course, Warren is fully aware of, but was not wanting to do.

Check out their dialogue below:

“I believe you respect the military and you respect our troops,” McCain told Warren before reciting the multiple public statements. “I don’t understand the flip-flop. I don’t understand why it was so hard to call him a terrorist.”

“This isn’t a change. They’re true,” Warren said. “The question is, what is the response that the president of the United States should make, and what advances the interests of the United States of America.”

McCain interrupted to ask Warren whether Soleimani was a terrorist.

“He’s part of a group that’s been designated–,” Warren said before being interrupted.

“But is he a terrorist?” McCain interjected. Warren began giving the same response, when McCain again said, “So he’s not a terrorist?”

“Of course he is,” Warren said. “He’s part of a group that our federal government has designated as a terrorist. 

But politicians like Warren script their falsehoods for political pandering, like the lie that all Iranians revered Soleimani as a hero, which is far from the truth- only the evil regimes “supporters” and “proxies” would make such a claim.

The regime, its supporters, and their proxies portray Soleimani as a martyr, an icon, and a commander of the “Axis of Resistance.” On the other hand, ordinary Iranians and many others in the region know him as a murderous and brutal killer responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands in Iran and across the region.

While Iranian regime affiliates and state media describe Soleimani as “Iran’s Che Guevara, the love of the Supreme Leader and Iran lover,” many ordinary Iranians have celebrated his death. Iranians on social media have been thanking President Trump by posting photos and videos of their happiness and using hashtags mocking Soleimani. Moreover, Syrians have also been celebrating the death of Soleimani, seeing him as the main person responsible for the devastating Syrian civil war and the death of Syrian children.