ISIS Has Chemical Weapons in Iraq

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Iraq is trying to regain Fallujeh from ISIS which we had already won and held before Obama pulled US troops from Iraq.  Today’s Telegraph has worse news with reports that ISIS is setting up chemical weapons laboratories:

Islamic State has moved its chemical weapons operation to densely populated residential areas and is testing homemade chlorine and mustard gas on its prisoners, residents of the Iraqi city of Mosul have claimed.

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) is reported to have set up laboratories in built-up neighbourhoods in the heart of its so-called caliphate to avoid being targeted by coalition air strikes.

ISIS also hopes to acquire nuclear weapons.

They are experimenting on their prisoners in a secret jail, exposing them to chlorine and mustard gas to test the toxicity.

Recently they slaughtered 25 people in nitric acid because they are always looking for a more horrific act of terror.

They have a special unit set up and it includes Saddam Hussein’s old terrorist scientists. It was Hussein who committed genocide on half a million Kurds.

ISIS has already used chemical weapons against Kurdish Peshmerga forces in northern Iraq and Syria.

When Obama forced us to flee Iraq without a status of forces agreement, it was because he didn’t want it to work out. That would have been a nod to George Bush.

These monsters are housed in what was once a wealthy Christian neighborhood.

The WMDs are either from Assad’s regime or Hussein’s:

The extremists have seized large quantities of industrial chlorine and are believed to have the expertise to make mustard gas. They are also feared to have captured chemical weapon stocks from Bashar al-Assad’s regime across the border in Syria.

ISIS is an existential threat and they must be eradicated before the situation gets worse.

However, Barack Obama doesn’t want to over-inflate ISIS beyond a JV because they are not an existential threat. Just think, if we elect Hillary, we will have four to eight more years of this.

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