Yesterday was a historic day in America. Our brave Special Forces, under the direction of their commander in chief, President Donald J. Trump, invaded the compound where the world’s number one terrorist was hiding out.

Last night, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attended game 5 of the World Series between the Houston Astros and the Nationals at the National’s home stadium that’s located in the D.C. Swamp.<

President Trump reportedly declined to throw the first pitch at the game. The honor of throwing the first pitch was given to the far-left, pro-illegal immigrant, chef, restaurant owner, and Trump critic, José Andrés.

When President Trump and his beautiful and classy wife were introduced, unhinged, disrespectful swamp creatures booed them, and shouted, “Lock him up!”

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It’s strange, but after watching the video, the chant appears to be coming from a small crowd in one section of the ballpark, and not from everyone in the park, as the media would like everyone to believe.

Watch:

In another video, fans can be heard cheering for President Trump, as he stands next to First Lady Melania Trump and waves from the suite where he’s seated with GOP House members, Matt Gaetz (R-CA) and Rep. Mark Meadows, along with Republican Senator Lindsey Graham.

 

Unhinged Democrats were so pleased with the embarrassing behavior of fellow TDS sufferers, that they took to social media to share the same videos over and over. They also showed images of fans holding signs that said “Veterans for Impeachment.” It’s pretty safe to assume they’re calling for the impeachment of the Commander in Chief who is bringing our troops home and who just directed the hit on the worlds’ number one terrorist.

In an article he wrote for the Daily Mail, former CNN host and British citizen Piers Morgan blasted the embarrassing behavior of America’s disrespectful, unhinged fans at the Nationals ballpark in D.C. last night.

Here’s a portion of the article:

I was in New York on the night President Barack Obama announced Navy SEALs had killed Osama bin Laden.

Al Qaeda leader, Osama bin-Laden.

Obama was intensely disliked by Republicans at the time, but partisan rivalry was set aside for a moment of true, unified joy at the death of the world’s most wanted terrorist.

People of all political leanings took to the streets to chant ‘USA! USA!’ as they celebrated the wicked Al Qaeda leader’s grisly demise in a Pakistan shoot-out.

It didn’t matter how you voted, what mattered was that the man who masterminded 9/11 had finally been made to pay for his despicable crimes.

It was a great day for America, and for the world.

America was united in triumph when the mastermind of 9/11 – Osama Bin Laden (top right) was killed under the Obama administration. But yesterday, when the founder and leader of ISIS Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (top left) President Trump was greeted by booing when he attended a World Series game.

Yesterday was another of those days.

In fact, some argue it was an even greater day.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was the founder and leader of ISIS, a terrorist group that makes even Al Qaeda look like choirboys.

Founder and leader of ISIS Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

For five years, after declaring Islamic State as a worldwide caliphate, Baghdadi presided over one of the most brutal, evil periods of unconscionable terrorist activity in modern history.

His followers burned victims alive in cages or slowly drowned them. They threw gay people off rooftops, and beheaded others on videos they then broadcast online.

They executed 13 teenage boys in Iraq with machine guns because they were watching a football match on TV.

They shot, suicide-bombed and massacred any rival Shia Muslims they could find in a relentless frenzied attempt to ethnically cleanse them off the face of the planet.

They murdered anyone who tried to leave their caliphate, or those they deemed ‘ineffective in battle’.

They kidnapped thousands of women, especially Kurds or Yazidis, and either sold them as sex slaves or forced them to marry ISIS fighters and be their sex slaves. Many were tortured, or killed themselves to escape the torment.

They trafficked human organs they ripped from living captives and hostages, including children.

They used brainwashed kids as young as six to be front line shields.

As Baghdadi’s terrible tentacles spread ever further around the world, fueled by constant ISIS propaganda on the internet, the scale and ferocity of attacks against civilians worsened.

In January 2015, ISIS terrorists armed with assault rifles stormed the Paris offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people.

A few months later, ISIS carried out coordinated attacks in the same city at a football stadium, cafes and the Bataclan concert hall – killing 130 people and wounding 350.

In 2016, ISIS claimed responsibility when a man in a large truck drove through a crowd in Nice, France on Bastille Day, murdering 84 and injuring 330.

A year later, an ISIS-inspired suicide bomber attacked an Ariana Grande pop concert in Manchester, England, killing 22 predominantly young girls and wounding another 59.

All of this was conducted on Baghdadi’s watch.

He was the boss, the driving force, the brains behind the barbarism.

So yesterday was a truly great day for America and the world.

It was the day this monster was no longer alive to continue his disgusting reign of unimaginable horror and depravity.

It should have been a day that once again unified all Americans, even in these hyper-partisan times.

Yet last night, I turned on the World Series baseball game in Washington D.C. to see the crowd loudly booing their president.

It was a staggering thing to observe: thousands of Americans gleefully jeering and mocking President Trump, the man who had just successfully ordered Baghdadi’s death.

The shock I felt had nothing to do with a group of D.C. people booing Trump; America’s capital city is the most intensely Trump-loathing place in the country (90% voted for Hillary in 2016) and for many of its extreme liberal inhabitants, booing him is a 24/7 obsession.

No, the shock I felt was to do with the timing of this booing.

Frankly, whatever you think of Trump, it beggars belief to me that any American would choose yesterday to abuse their president.

Click HERE to read the Daily Mail article in its entirety.

It’s strange, how quickly Americans forget how truly evil ISIS was in their heyday. It’s also curious how they forget Barack Obama and his regime were unable to stop them, while after only 2 1/2 years in office, Commander In Chief Trump was able to wipe them out.

Perhaps the DC Swamp creatures who attended last night’s World Series game have forgotten, but the rest of the world has not. What do you think about the behavior of the fans last night? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

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