CodePink bothered by Trump campaign ad that calls for decapitating ISIS

When you see the world through CodePink-colored glasses, everything looks upside down or backwards.

Good becomes evil, right is wrong, and so on.

It should thus come as no surprise that the dyslexic, far-left quasi-feminist group tweeted this in reaction to a campaign ad by Donald Trump that promises to go after ISIS:

Notice, the authors of the post, who are so vexed by the notion of decapitation — a “strategy” favored by the radical Islamic terror group — misread Trump’s threat. It is not to “cut off heads,” as they write, but to “cut the head off of ISIS,” which is obviously being used as a figure off speech meaning “to incapacitate.”

It is interesting also that they fear a “dystopia” under Trump, which suggests that their addled way of looking at reality has them believing that the U.S. under Barack Obama has been paradise. In fact, a poll out today notes that a mere 26% of Americans say the nation is on the right track.

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles

Ben Bowles is a freelance writer and regular contributor to "Liberty Unyielding."


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