Trump Criticizes Qatar’s Funding Of Terrorism, Then Sells Them $12 Billion Worth Of Weapons

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 In one of President Trump’s quickest hypocritical flip flops yet, he went from calling out Qatar on its support of terrorists to selling them $12,000,000,000 worth of weapons just days later.
On June 9, the president gave the speech below:

There is obvious hypocrisy in the video, especially when Trump calls on all countries to stop funding terrorism, but he certainly has no intention of stopping American terrorism throughout the world, and he has no intention of stopping the funding of Saudi Arabia or Israel, 2 countries known for actively participating in terrorism. Now we see that he also supports Qatar, another country that supports terrorists.


Paul Wolfowitz created the eponymous “Wolfowitz Doctrine” that our government follows in its quest to dominate the world militarily, reported Ron Paul Liberty Report.

Wolfowitz said the following about Trump back in 2016:

“The only way you can be comfortable about Trump’s foreign policy is to think he doesn’t really mean anything he says.”

Given the massive amounts of hypocrisy that can be easily observed in his speeches, this seems accurate.

Trump seems to say whatever his followers want to hear, then he does whatever he wants, whatever profits his family and friends.

Now we have ISIS being armed by the US and Israel, and we also have the US supplying massive amounts of weapons to Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Israel.  If we are going to stop terrorism, maybe a good place to start would be with the US. Lead by example, not by hypocrisy.

(Article By Jeremiah Jones)

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