Published On: Tue, Feb 7th, 2017

Al Qaeda Leader Mocks ‘the New Fool of the White House’ After Botched Raid in Yemen

Al Qaeda Leader Mocks ‘the New Fool of the White House’ After Botched Raid in Yemen

Susanne Posel ,Chief Editor Occupy Corporatism | Media Spokesperson, HealthMax Group

The failure of Donald Trump’s raid in Yemen is becoming clear with an 11 minute recording that has surfaced from al-Qaeda leader Qassim al-Rimi, the target of the operation.

Qassim called Trump “the new fool of the White House” who has been painfully slapped “across [the] face”.

A Yemeni tribal leader commented : “If they had just bombed the place it would have been much easier and less risky, but it looks like Trump is trying to say ‘I’m a man of action’. It looks like the new President has watched a lot of Steven Seagal movies.”

This insult comes on the heels of the US Military trying to explain how a “key intelligence” video allegedly captured during the raid was “previously available to the public” online.

John Thomas, spokesman for US Central Command claimed that the video was pulled from their website because “we didn’t want to make it appear that we were trying to pass off an old video” and the reason it was posted in the first place was “due to our lack of time to properly analyze it.”

Further cover-ups continued when Central Command said that there were no civilian casualties killed during the raid, but that lie was debunked when it was revealed that 30 civilians were murdered; including a new born baby and an 8 year old American citizen.

In addition, William Owens, a US Navy Seal was killed during the raid while 3 other members of US Special Forces were wounded.

One of the most disturbing facts from this botched operation is that Trump decided to go through with the raid during a dinner meeting involving Jard Kushner, his son-in-law and senior adviser, Steve Bannon, chief strategist to the president, and James Mattis, secretary of defense.

Ivanka Trump was also present at that dinner.

Susanne Posel

Susanne Posel

Chief Editor | Investigative Journalist