May 26, 2016
Former Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi has likely said more ignorant things in her vastly overrated term in the House of Representatives and this rates high among them.
On his visits abroad, just why did President Trump go to Saudi Arabia first? (Source)
She is right, Canada, starting with a “C,” is ahead of them in alphabetical order.
A hapless being who likely doesn’t have the time to read, with physician visits for Botox and her psychiatrist to continue modifying here mental meds that have never been prescribed correctly.
This of course while on the taxpayer’s dime!
“Our friends and neighbors,” she said.
For 29 years, Pelosi has represented San Francisco, California’s 12th District, in Congress.
She has led House Democrats for more than 12 years and previously served as House Democratic Whip.
Let me see if I can help her out a bit here?
Indeed, the United States, Canada, and Mexico are on the same continent. (4th-grade material)
Heads up, things seem to be going as well as can be expected with Canada and of course, there is Mexico with the “Little Wall Issue.)
Canada’s prime minister, the Islam loving, Justin Trudeau announced the withdrawal of Canadian fighter jets from Syria and Iraq, in October 2015, the day after his election victory. Photograph: David Kawai/Xinhua Press/Corbis
The Saudi’s are helping the United States in their war against ISIS.
Currently, the United States is engaged in battles across the Middle East and parts of Africa.
President to recommit to the strategic alliance providing stability in an unstable region.
The symbolism of this is exceptionally important, illustrating that the Trump administration understands the fundamental issues at play in the Middle East today.
Make no mistake: The Middle East today faces a determined effort to bring down the Saudi-led Gulf Monarchies that constitute the front line in the battle against terrorism.
And while it is not popular to praise monarchies, particularly when the crown sits atop an Arab head, Saudi Arabia and other countries governed by ruling families have emerged as the last line of defense in a dangerous “great game” for the heart of the Middle East, and with it, global stability.
Iran, ISIS, and al-Qaeda all want to replace the Gulf monarchies, with rulers under the sway of Iran’s Shia theocracy or, in the case of ISIS and al-Qaeda, with a radical Sunni caliphate.
Both Iran and the Sunni jihadis dream of controlling Islam’s holy cities of Mecca and Medina, as well as the oil fields of Arabia, prizes that would endow them with tremendous influence over the Islamic world and beyond.
Just this week, Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman warned that his country is “the primary target for the Iranian regime.”
Why President Trump chose Saudi Arabia as his first foreign visit (Source)