OBAMA’S FAULT: Last Ditch Attempt To Rescue Hostages From ISIS Was Crippled By ‘Dithering’ Obama

Published on September 7, 2014

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that a mission to rescue hostages captured by ISIS, like James Foley and Steven Sotloff, were crippled by Obama. Could it be that something is actually Obama’s fault now? Check it out…

Dithering by Barack Obama was alleged last night to have doomed a last-ditch attempt to rescue British hostage David Haines and US journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff.

US commandos started to plan the mission in June, calculating that they could land in Syria, kill the terrorists and evacuate the hostages in 20 minutes.

But the mission was ‘crippled,’ according to The Wall Street Journal, when aides to President Obama said he would not approve surveillance flights over Syria to confirm the hostages’ location.

US spies reportedly had to question villagers about the hostages’ whereabouts, tipping off IS.

Read more: Daily Mail

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