Meghan McCain Reminds The View Co-hosts Who Is To Blame For Inaction In Syria — And It’s Not Trump (VIDEO)

Monday on ABC’s “The View,” co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg and Meghan McCain had a discussion about the Syrian Civil War, and what was done and could have been done about it. During the discussion, Meghan McCain crossed the red line and reminded everyone exactly who is responsible for inaction in the Syrian Civil war: former president Barack Obama.

McCain said: “I think it’s important to put context in its place first. 400,000 Syrians have been killed, it’s the worst refugee crisis since World War II. The red line that was–President Obama said if it was crossed we would go in and take action happened in 2012–it’s 2018.”

“Red line meaning the use of chemical gas. Which, again, if you’ve been on social media, all this weekend, the videos coming out are absolutely horrific.”

On Monday, President Trump said: “The Syrians hit their own people with banned chemical weapons. It was an atrocious attack. It was horrible.”

“We’ll be making some major decisions over the next 24 to 48 hours. We are very concerned. When a thing like that can happen–we’re talking about humanity. It can’t be allowed to happen. We’ll be looking at that barbaric act and studying what’s going on.”

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Meghan McCain holds her ground and is doing a good job on a really biased and bad show. And she is correct. With his unserious Syrian policy, Barack Obama just followed Bill Clinton’s playbook where he allowed the slaughter of 800K Rwandans to happen on his watch.

Unfortunately, Obama was spineless, the red line meant nothing to him! Just proved he was an inadequate President and did nothing to protect this country!!! There would be countless persons still alive if only Obama had held the red line in the sand!!

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