President Trump announces the death of top al-Qaida terrorist

Democrats may not have the best interests of Americans at heart, but President Donald Trump clearly does.

On Sunday, Trump announced on Twitter that one of the al-Qaida-linked terrorists behind the attack against the U.S.S. Cole, Jamal al-Badawi, had been killed.

Precision Strike

Our military has once again used its assets to conduct a pinpoint precision strike against a major terrorist.

The strike reportedly took place on Jan. 1 in Marib.

Ground forces soon confirmed that al-Badawi was taken out.

The U.S.S. Cole

The attack against the U.S.S. Cole took place in October 2000 in Yemen.

The boat was in port refueling when suicide bombers tried to take the ship out.

During their attack, a massive hole was ripped through the hull of the boat by an explosion.

As a result of the explosion, 17 sailors were killed and 39 others were injured.

It was an eerie foreshadowing of the boldness of terrorist forces, as the massive 9/11 attack occurred less than one year later.

[show_poll poll_id=7230]

Caught and Released

Indeed, this justice against al-Badawi was a long time coming.

He was once captured and sentenced, but in 2006, he escaped from jail.

Luckily, he won’t be able to escape justice this time.

Share on facebook
Share to Facebook

Latest News