Trump idiotically exposes Navy SEAL mission

[SIZE=5]Donald Trump idiotically exposes secret Navy SEAL mission during his Iraq visit[/SIZE]

Just when you think Donald Trump’s desperate and stunt-like visit to Iraq can’t get any worse, it has. Trump finally visited U.S. troops in a conflict zone for the first time ever, in an effort to distract from his worsening bone spurs scandal and the resignation of General James Mattis. And yes, Trump told the troops they’d gotten a big pay raise that doesn’t exist. But he also managed to expose a secret military mission by being careless on Twitter.

It turns out the Iraq trip was so poorly and carelessly slapped together by Donald Trump and his White House, they followed no protocols about which troops he was seen visiting with. In a self-congratulatory video posted to Trump’s Twitter account, he’s seen mingling with members of SEAL Team Five. The trouble: according to a lengthy expose by Newsweek tonight, SEAL Team Five’s presence in Iraq was classified. But it didn’t stop there.

In case America’s enemies weren’t paying close enough attention to Donald Trump’s Twitter account, he also took a selfie with the chaplain for SEAL Team Five. To be clear, absolutely none of this is remotely the fault of any of the U.S. personnel on the ground in Iraq. They take orders from “President” Donald Trump, and they were merely following his lead.

Now that the secret Navy SEAL mission in Iraq has been exposed by Donald Trump’s narcissism and opportunist incompetence, it’s a given that their mission there will be more difficult and/or dangerous; secret missions are kept secret for a reason. This is on top of the fact that Trump committed treason by conspiring with Russia to rig the election, and isn ‘t the “President” of anything.

This is the downside of democracy. You get leaders you deserve

Nilidhani ni story ya Trump Na @uwesmake

After the media and the general public criticism, the lonely president akainuka, akaacha TV yake na kuruka hadi Iraq. Impulse.


But Fox News wanamtetea kweli! They are saying that it’s okay for the soldiers to publicly dorn their maga caps, and that Trump should get credit for visiting the troops!

Fox News (officially known as the Fox News Channel, commonly abbreviated to FNC) is a United States pay television news channel owned by the Fox Entertainment Group, a subsidiary of 21st Century Fox. The channel broadcasts primarily from studios at 1211 Avenue of the Americas in New York City. Fox News is provided in 86 countries or overseas territories worldwide,[1]with international broadcasts featuring Fox Extrasegments during ad breaks.

The channel was created by Australian-American media mogul Rupert Murdoch, who hired former Republican Party media consultant and CNBCexecutive Roger Ailes as its founding CEO.[2] It launched on October 7, 1996, to 17 million cable subscribers.[3] Fox News grew during the late 1990s and 2000s to become the dominant subscription news network in the US.[4] As of February 2015, approximately 94,700,000 US households (81.4% of television subscribers) receive Fox News.[5] Murdoch is the current executive chairman and Suzanne Scott is the CEO.[6][7]

Fox News has been described as practicing biased reporting in favor of the Republican Party, the George W. Bush and Donald Trumpadministrations, and conservativecauses.[8][9][10][11] Critics have cited the channel as detrimental to the integrity of news overall.[12][13]Fox News employees have said that news reporting operates independently of its opinion and commentary programming, and have denied bias in news reporting, while former employees have said that Fox ordered them to “slant the news in favor of conservatives.”[14]

Rupert Murdoch’s Fox News has grown steadily to become one of the most influential right-wing media voices in the US since it first aired on 7 October 1996.

Known for its unabashed Republican bias, pro-Donald Trump rhetoric, blurring of fact and opinion, flashy graphics and pairing of stentorian middle-aged men with steely blondes, the channel caters expertly to white Middle America’s anxieties and grievances about the state of the nation.

The network recently altered its slogan to “Real news. Real honest opinion”, replacing “Fair and balanced”, an implicit criticism of its rivals it was having increasing trouble living up to.

Signs of the times, peremende will try to delude otherwise:
MSNBC beat out Fox News last week in key ratings for first time in 17 years, topping its competitor in total viewers for the first time since 2000, according to a news release from MSNBC.
MSNBC averaged 1,558,000 total viewers during the “sales day” (6 a.m. to 2 a.m.) between Dec. 17-21, making it the top cable news network in the key 25-54 age demographic.

Like their peers before them, they will be disciplined

Navy punishes special warfare unit that flew Trump flag in public Navy punishes special warfare unit that flew Trump flag in public – Chicago Tribune

kama seal team 5 has been exposed watume seal team 6, after all ndio ilimalisa Osama.

which mission did he expose, ama ni media over analyzing his every movement are the ones leaking the mission info

Yaani out of desperation you are now getting your news from the palmer report?

A deluded Hillary Clinton blog run by a guy called Bill Palmer. Hii ndio inaitwa desperation. Si afadhali hata ujiundie news.

Your fake news article where you conviniently hide the news link because you think we don’t know how to Google:

The Palmer report as described on wikipedia:

Palmer Report is an American political blog.[1]It is written by Bill Palmer, who describes himself on his website as a political journalist who covered the 2016 election cycle from start to finish, along with more than fifty additional writers.[2] Palmer previously ran a site called Daily News Bin, described editor Brooke Binkowski as “basically a pro-Hillary Clinton ‘news site.’ It was out there to counter misinformation with misinformation.”[3] The site has been criticized for building a large following based on "wildly speculative theories about Donald Trump."[U][B][4][/B][/U]

The Atlantics McKay Coppins called the Palmer Report “the publication of record for anti-Trump conspiracy nuts who don’t care about the credibility of the record.”[8]

The New Republic’s Colin Dickey claims that Palmer “routinely blasts out stories that sound serious but are actually based on a single, unverified source,” such as the time when he reported Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts had ordered Trump appointee Neil Gorsuch to recuse himself from all Trump-related Russia hearings, with his only sourcing coming from a “single tweet from an anonymous Twitter account under the name ‘Puesto Loco.’”[4]

Hii hata sio media, the anti-Trump nuts are now using blogs for news reference, wamehama CNN na Guardian. They are now quoting blogs by fellow anti-Trump conspiracy nuts.

Their mere presence, wherever abroad, is a mission by itself.

that is not enough of a reason

It is. They never deploy without a particular mission in mind. The wariahe smuggling goats will have to change it up now that he knows he’s likely to be nuked.

They never expose their faces either but would you expect the military service dodging Drumpf to respect that?

The two favors that may have helped Trump avoid fighting in the Vietnam War

"Trump was reclassified as 4-F, rejected from service for physical reasons."

I just had to burst out in laughter. So how was he being scouted by the Philadelphia Phillies then? Frary hoorigan gimmirau!

[SIZE=7]Trump’s character will be his downfall[/SIZE]

Nearly all of the controversies that have bedeviled Trump’s administration are the direct result of his character, not his ideology. Ideology plays a role, amplifying both the intensity of anger from his left-wing critics and the intensity of his transactional defenders. Many of the liberal critics shrieking about the betrayal of the Kurds implicit in Trump’s decision to withdraw from Syria would be applauding if a President Clinton had made the same decision. And many of the conservatives celebrating the move would be condemning it.
But Trump’s refusal to listen to advisers; his inability to bite his tongue; his demonization and belittling of senators who vote for his agenda but refuse to keep quiet when he does or says things they disagree with; his rants against the First Amendment; his praise for dictators and insults for allies; his need to create new controversies to eclipse old ones; and his inexhaustible capacity to lie and fabricate history: All of this springs from his character.
After making a holiday visit to US troops in Iraq, Donald Trump posted a video on Twitter of himself posing with Navy Seals – apparently revealing the special ops team’s deployment in the country, which is typically kept secret.
Trump’s video shows him with service members who appear to be part of Seal Team Five, whose faces are not covered or blurred, Newsweek reported.
Defense Department officials told the magazine that information about where Seal teams are deployed is almost always classified. Trump, as commander in chief, has the authority to declassify the information, but typically the faces of individual special operations service members are blurred in official photos and videos to shield their identities.
Trump posted the video to his Twitter account from Air Force One after the plane left Iraqi airspace. It shows Trump flashing a thumbs-up as he and the first lady, Melania Trump, stand with troops who appear to be from Seal Team Five, and then shaking hands with the service members, who are outfitted in combat fatigues, helmets and night vision goggles. God Bless the USA plays over the video.
Malcolm Nance, a former US Navy intelligence specialist, told Newsday that the video was a break from the protocol that usually shields the identities of special forces members deployed in a combat zone.
“Operational security is the most important aspect of personnel deployments. The real names, faces, and identities of personnel involved in special operations or activities, are usually a closely held secret in a combat zone,” Nance said. “Revealing them casually, through an unusual media exposure even if it’s the commander in chief, would prove a propaganda boom if any of this personnel are detained by a hostile government or captured by a terrorist group. There would be no denying who you are and what you do.”
Trump 'accidentally reveals location and identities of US Navy Seals in Iraq' | Donald Trump | The Guardian


before reading the new article nobody knew that he took a photo with SEAL team 5, [ATTACH]217248[/ATTACH] are the ones disclosing this sensitive info then blaming trump