• Amid World Wide ISIS Attacks, You’ll NEVER Guess What Obama Has Planned For the U.S. Army

    Two days ago Obama stupidly insisted that “Ultimately, in order for us to defeat terrorist groups like ISIL and al-Qaida is gonna also require us to discredit their ideology . . .  ideologies are not defeated with guns; they are defeated by better ideas. A more attractive and more compelling vision.”

    This was being said just days before ISIS committed another deadly round of simultaneous terror attacks on different continents crucifying Syrians and bombings in Iraq.

    And so maybe it should come as no surprise that Obama is now moving forward with his insane plan to gut the U.S. Army over the course of the next two years.

    Here are the details, according to Yahoo News:

    The US Army is to cut 40,000 soldiers from its ranks over the next two years at home and abroad, a defense official said, in a move that will raise doubts about its ability to fight wars.

    Under the cost-cutting plan, the Army will be down to 450,000 soldiers at the end of the 2017 budget year, even though in 2013 it argued in budgetary documents that going below 450,000 troops might mean it could not win a war, USA Today said.

    By comparison, the Army swelled to 570,000 men and women during the peak of fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, the newspaper said.

    Some 17,000 civilians working for the Army will also be laid off, the official told AFP, confirming the USA Today report.

    The paper quoted a document it had obtained and said the cuts are being made to save money.

    It will affect virtually every Army post domestically and abroad, USA Today said.

    This is all connected to Obama’s much-repeated and maniacal plan to cut America’s armed forces back down to “1940” levels–a time period that saw far less bureaucratic overhead, to name one difference.

    Knowing this, it’s no surprise that most Americans see international failure running amuck and don’t believe that Obama has a plan to defeat ISIS.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

    Trending Now on Daily Surge

    Send this to a friend