Washington warmongers continue to sell out the American people for the globalist cronies.
Swamp creature James Mattis penned an op-ed calling for Joe Biden to scrap Trump’s ‘America First’ foreign policy agenda.
Where has ‘America First’ gotten us?
No new wars.
Withdrawing troops from the Middle East.
Eased relations with North Korea.
Thanks to President @realDonaldTrump and the team led by Jared Kushner, on Wednesday I joined the Foreign Minister of Bahrain on the first ever commercial flight from Bahrain to Israel. 🇺🇸🇧🇭🇮🇱 pic.twitter.com/0lec9PMb7d
— Avi Berkowitz (@aviberkow45) November 20, 2020
When @realDonaldTrump took office, 12,966 military members were serving in Afghanistan & 7,538 were in Iraq.
By Jan. 15, American troop presence will be reduced to 2,500 in Afghanistan & 2,500 in Iraq.
President Trump is ending the endless foreign wars. God Bless our troops! pic.twitter.com/jqqpaNMbOE
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) November 18, 2020
What “damage of the last four years?” Do you mean:
– No new wars
– Brokering peace deals in the Middle East
– Holding China accountable
– Killing terrorist leaders
– Defending freedom and democracy@realDonaldTrump protected our nation in a way the Obama Admin never did. https://t.co/VU3WpNgKke
— Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (@GReschenthaler) November 16, 2020
Of course, Mattis wants Biden to erase all those accomplishments by returning to the Washington status quo.
Increased presence in NATO.
You name it!
Mattis argues for keeping troops in Afghanistan, continued growing defense spending, support for allies in piece that shows how much he never agreed w/Trump.@joelpollak: James Mattis: Joe Biden Must ‘Eliminate "America First"‘ From U.S. Foreign Policy https://t.co/7wGE4fDo3F
— Kristina Wong 🇺🇸 (@kristina_wong) November 24, 2020
Trump's foreign policy was one of the best things about his entire presidency. Unlike Mattis and his cronies, he doesn't want to see America at war. https://t.co/b2h239I1JI
— ThePoliticalInsider (@TPInsidr) November 24, 2020
During an interview on Fox News, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo remarked that the criticism of ‘America First’ was ludicrous.
They want to take us back to the Obama-Biden days of misery.https://t.co/go6GKTv6q0
— David J Harris Jr (@DavidJHarrisJr) November 24, 2020
Trump blasts "world's most overrated general" after Mattis urges Biden to "eliminate America first" policy As Summit News' Steve Watson detailed earlier, globalist general James Mattis has called on Joe Biden to 'eliminate' the America first policy ins… https://t.co/GIsTssqrXc pic.twitter.com/Ok7qt9c3b0
— Top U.S. & World News🗽 (@USRealityCheck) November 25, 2020
‘America First’ is about doing what’s best for Americans to pursue freedom and prosperity.
We can’t accomplish that when we’re always embroiled in senseless wars and meddling in other country’s affairs.
Trump is the first U.S. president in decades who has pushed back against the warmongers.
That’s why the establishment craves to have Biden in office.
They take charge again under a Biden administration.
Breitbart relayed further info on the Mattis op-ed scolding ‘America First.’
Mattis resigned in December 2018, citing policy disagreements with the president, who had just ordered a troop drawdown in Syria. In his resignation letter, Mattis said that the U.S. needed to do more to show “respect” to American allies.
In October 2018, then-Secretary Mattis gave a speech in which he said that “when we talk about America first, it’s not America alone.”
In his new article, however, Mattis says the opposite, calling for the “end of America First”:
The United States today is undermining the foundations of an international order manifestly advantageous to U.S. interests, reflecting a basic ignorance of the extent to which both robust alliances and international institutions provide vital strategic depth. In practice, “America first” has meant “America alone.” That has damaged the country’s ability to address problems before they reach U.S. territory and has thus compounded the danger emergent threats pose.
In January, when President Joe Biden and his national security team begin to reevaluate U.S. foreign policy, we hope they will quickly revise the national security strategy to eliminate “America first” from its contents, restoring in its place the commitment to cooperative security that has served the United States so well for decades. The best strategy for ensuring safety and prosperity is to buttress American military strength with enhanced civilian tools and a restored network of solid alliances—both necessary to achieving defense in depth. The pandemic should serve as a reminder of what grief ensues when we wait for problems to come to us.
Who exactly has the policies of past decades served so well?
The globalist elites, that’s who!