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WHOA: Ralph Peters’ Shocking 1-Word Description Of Obama

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Lt. Col. Ralph Peters gave a stunning response to President Obama’s speech about terrorism Sunday night.

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PETERS: He keeps speaking about, “We can’t give into our fears. You know, don’t be afraid.” Look, Mr. President we’re not afraid, we’re angry, we’re pissed off. We’re furious.


PETERS: We want you to react, we want you to do something. You’re afraid. I mean this guy is such a total p—y, it’s stunning. And, you know, we want — we the people, the American people who he — he does not know in any intimate sort of manner, we want action. We want action against Islamic state and then — then when the president is telling us, you know, he’s going to destroy ISIS — this is a president who has done more harm to American police departments than he has done to Islamic state. This is a president who restrains our military. He uses it not to defeat ISIS but for political purposes, for political cover. This is a president who doesn’t want to hurt our enemies. This is a president who cares more about thugs in Guantanamo or thugs in Ferguson, Missouri, than he does about law abiding American citizens and the right to live in safety and peace.

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The comment was so shocking, host Stuart Varney warned Peters of his rhetoric.

VARNEY: I can tell you are super angry and I asked you what your reaction was, but I got to call you — you can’t use language like that on the program, OK? I’m sorry.

PETERS: Sorry.

VARNEY: Okay. I accept that. Now…

 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.


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