Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, a man nominated by Barack Obama to serve as director of the Defense Intelligence Agency before his retirement in 2014, thoroughly leveled the President’s response to the ISIS terror attacks in Turkey and Orlando.

The president spoke in Canada just yesterday – and with the backdrop of the dozens dead and hundreds wounded in Turkey and Orlando – actually said global warming is “an urgent matter for our national security.”

Have you ever seen a man so completely disconnected from reality as President Obama?

Lt. Gen. Flynn doesn’t think so.

“Here we have the president of the United States up in Canada talking about climate change,” Flynn told Megyn Kelly with exasperation in his voice. “I mean, God, we just had the largest attack … on our own soil in Orlando.”

He added, “Why aren’t we talking about that? Who is talking about that? I mean, Fort Hood, Chattanooga, Boston, people forget about 9/11.”

The American people don’t forget about these attacks, just the President and his party.

Watch Flynn go off on Obama in the interview below …

 

Via Fox News Insider:

Flynn said that the U.S. has not stated its “real strategy,” internationally.

He said that a strategy to defeat ISIS should consist of capturing and killing leaders, discrediting their ideology, and warning nations that are friendly to them.

Flynn said the international community cannot stand for continued acts of terror, before going off on President Obama for talking about climate change instead of the devastating terror attack on U.S. soil less than three weeks ago.

“And here we have the President of the United States up in Canada talking about climate change. I mean, God, we just had the largest attack…on our own soil in Orlando. Why aren’t we talking about that? Who is talking about that? I mean, Fort Hood, Chattanooga, Boston, people forget about 9/11!”

Flynn then turned his focus to Secretary of State John Kerry (the man who countered ISIS attacks in France by having James Taylor sing You’ve Got a Friend to the grieving nation) for saying the airport attacks in Turkey show ISIS has become desperate.

“Secretary Kerry, and I believe he did an unbelievable discredit to all of us in the United States, all Americans, when he said, ‘Hey, we can’t really stop these things, these are gonna continue to happen,’” Flynn began. “I mean, come on. Are you kidding me? So we have to put up with this nonsense?”

He concluded, “No, we do not have to put up with this nonsense.”

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