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Shock Report ➠ Obama Knew Dangerous Detail About ISIS But Covered It Up

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Shock Report: Obama Knew Dangerous Detail About ISIS But Covered It Up

The Islamic State has not grown merely because of sheer weaponry and manpower, but it’s been allowed to thrive and spread because of the inaction and apathy of great nations that have the capacity to rescue million under the threat of Islamic terror.

However, the U.S. under the Obama administration hasn’t been ignoring ISIS’s movement. In fact, recently leaked information from a top U.S. officials show that Obama has yet another scandal under his belt reminiscent of that of the Benghazi terror attack.

Eli Lake of Bloomberg View spoke with U.S. intelligence and military officials who disclosed some shocking details about ISIS’s most recent conquest of Ramadi, Iraq. According to the top officials, the U.S. knew about the Islamic State’s plan to invade the city, but the Commander-in-Chief ordered no airstrikes against the convoys as they approached the city limits. In short, the U.S. let ISIS take Ramadi.

Lake reports that the U.S. left Iraqi forces to fight ISIS alone, eventually abandoning their posts as the terrorists began battle.

The officials, who only revealed these details on the condition of anonymity, claimed that the U.S. had “significant intelligence” about the planned attack on Ramadi. According to the sources, it was a well-known secret, but the administration had tied the hands of the military:

The Islamic State had been contesting territory in and around Ramadi for more than a year and had spoken of the importance of recapturing the city. The U.S. intelligence community had good warning that the Islamic State intended a new and bolder offensive on Ramadi because it was able to identify the convoys of heavy artillery, vehicle bombs and reinforcements through overhead imagery and eavesdropping on chatter from local Islamic State commanders. It surprised no one, one U.S. intelligence official told me.

However, one source was willing to out himself in order to legitimize this report. Derek Harvey, a former intelligence adviser to David Petraeus in Iraq, expressed that they were not only frustrated when ISIS took the city, they were expecting it:

“The operations on Ramadi have been ongoing for 16 months. Everyone knew that Ramadi for some reason was a major focus.”

Not only did the administration and military know about the planned attack, the Institute for the Study of War had also warned in several reports that ISIS was plotting to conquer Ramadi:

“Kim Kagan, the think tank’s president, told me her institute ‘assessed that ISIS would undertake tactical offensives in different areas of Iraq in April and May in order to disperse the Iraqi Security Forces and prevent them from consolidating their gains after the fall of Tikrit.’”

This startling revelation surfaced just after Mad World News reported that the U.S. Air Force is prevented from carrying out missions against terrorist targets because they must wait an average of one hour for clearance to engage. On top of that, the military is only averaging 14 airstrikes per day against ISIS.

Reiterating these scandalous claims, Reuters interviewed Major General Qassem Soleimani, the comander of the elite Quds Force. The general in charge of Iran’s parliamentary activities expressed a loathsome view of Obama and his failure to keep his word:

“Obama has not done a damn thing so far to confront Daesh: doesn’t that show that there is no will in America to confront it?” Mehr quoted Soleimani as saying, using a derogatory Arabic term for Islamic State. More

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