After 84-Year-Old Priest is Beheaded by ISIS Terrorists, Americans Unload…on the White House

An 84-year old priest was beheaded by ISIS butchers near Normandy, after a hostage situation involving two nuns and two parishioners unfolded Tuesday morning at a church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray.

It is yet another painful blow to France that comes just weeks after one of the deadliest terror attacks in recent memory: A weaponized truck crashed into a crowd gathered to celebrate Bastille Day in Nice, killing 84 people, many of them children.

So, when the news broke of another terrorist attack in France, one partly carried out by an ISIS terrorist wearing an electronic tracking tag that allowed him to roam free in the mornings, no less, many American observers have had “enough.”

The venting of anger and frustration about cheap words came flying onto Twitter.

One commentator found Secretary of State Kerry’s recent comments about air conditioning being as dangerous as ISIS to be particularly biting irony:

https://twitter.com/AmericnElephant/status/757936154226204672

Another conservative slammed the Secretary of State’s priorities:

Elisha Krauss, a former Sean Hannity producer who is no fan of Donald Trump, wanted to see more citizens carrying, not fewer:

A Republican commentator connected the dots to the White House:

The White House continued to be lit up, and was given a warning about the growing ISIS threat:

The scourge of ISIS has metastasized largely on President Obama’s watch and under the foreign policy stewardship of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who is now a nominee to become President of the United States. It has spread from Syria to Iraq to Libya–and beyond.

Hillary Clinton was at the forefront of pushing to topple former Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi. The New York Times now recognizes Libya as a “failed state” and a “terrorist haven.”

Image credit: Matthieu Alexandre/AFP/Getty Images
Image credit: Matthieu Alexandre/AFP/Getty Images

But with each new ISIS attack comes a fresh reminder of foreign policy bungles, broken promises to “destroy” ISIS, counter-terrorism misfires, and a growing pile of dead bodies that bear testimony to the administration’s lack of action.

Regardless of whether or not one believes President Obama or former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are in any way responsible for the threat of ISIS, the White House, and any incoming president, are being served notice: Deal with these terror threats or face the wrath of an increasingly frustrated and impatient populace.