Sinema agrees Trump killed a “clear and present danger to the United States”


Moments after the Pentagon confirmed that President Donald Trump ordered the targeted killing of Iranian terrorist and Republican Guard Corps Quds Force General, Qassim Soleimani, congressional Democrats and 2020 presidential candidates began to express their disapproval of killing an individual that has directly killed American military personnel as Israelis, not to mention other U.S. allies.

Trump claimed that Soleimani was targeted because he posed a credible and imminent threat to U.S. assets and personnel, but that wasn’t enough for he detractors, who dismissed the reason as being an excuse to start a war with Iran.

Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema (D) agreed that Suleimani was a terrorist, breaking from the pack of Democrats who refuse to call the dead Iranian military leader for what he really was: a terrorist.