Whoa, whoa, whoa… first off, AMEN on a Tuesday morning!

Since President Trump has stepped into office, it’s almost like our relationship with ISIS has changed completely overnight. We have gone from a nation that tolerates them, to a nation that OBLITERATES THEM!

Thank you Trump.

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The U.S. is having great success in operation TERMINATE ISIS and in sending Islamic terrorist leaders to meet their maker. Abu al-Khayr al-Masri, who is the right hand man to al-Qaeda leader, Ayman al-Zawhirir, has been taken off the face of the earth with a drone strike. Literally disintegrated into thin air…gone with no bodily trace of his existence.

Yes, this is your feel good story of the day. You’re welcome.

You should know that this guy was also thought to have been involved in the 1998 United States embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania. The ones that initially brought al-Qaeda to our attention and took two American lives.

However, this was not the only win U.S troops got. They also led the coalition to take out Ayad al-Jumaili, who was second in command in ISIS! It was a strike in Iraq that took that monster out.

Even more recently, about 10 days ago, there was speculation that a joint U.S. and Afghan special forces operation took out the very leader of ISIS right there in Afghanistan, Abdul Hasib.

Sadly, with the victory of taking out the vermin leaders of the people terrorizing our globe, we also took a loss. Two U.S. soldiers were killed during the raid.

Earlier in the day, the Pentagon identified the soldiers as Sergeant Joshua Rodgers, 22 and Sergeant Cameron Thomas, 23. A third soldier was wounded in the operation.

In a statement, US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said the United States owed the slain troops an “irredeemable debt.”

Today it’s been confirmed that they did in fact kill Hasib.

From Global News:

It is believed to maintain links with the main Islamic State movement in Iraq and Syria but has considerable operational independence.

U.S. and Afghan special forces, backed by drone strikes and other air support, have waged a series of operations against IS-K this year, killing dozens of their fighters, mainly in Nangarhar, on the border with Pakistan.

And of course, Trump dealt a blow to them when he dropped the MOAB on them.

Now defeating the group remains one of the top U.S. priorities in Afghanistan and last month the U.S. took out its largest non-nuclear device and dropped it right on the network of caves and tunnels used by ISIS. 94 ISIS dirt bags killed, including a total of FOUR commanders.

May our soldiers rest in peace.

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