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President Trump Honors Hero Dog Conan who Tracked Down Al Baghdadi

A few weeks ago, President Donald Trump sent in special forces to take down Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, the leader of the now-defunct ISIS caliphate terror group. Before we go any further, let us just explain to you what kind of sub-human being this piece of filth was.

He was the world’s most wanted man for good reason. He led the most brutal terrorist group on Earth in recent memory. ISIS has been responsible for opening new slavery markets — selling men, women, and children into slavery for use as sex slaves, labor slaves, and for organ harvesting. Baghdadi had his very own collection of sex slaves, many of them underage.

The evil and disgusting group he led enforced the strictest imaginable form of Islamic rule over the people they imposed themselves on. They brutally enforced its strictest and most literal interpretation, something Christians have not done with their own religion for centuries.

They did not care about how minor a crime against their belief system was — they enforced it with the barrel of the gun and the edge of the blade. Rape, torture, and murder were the methods of their madness, and Baghdadi oversaw it all.

So, US Special forces destroyed this monster. He was chased down a tunnel, whimpering and crying by a heroic canine named Conan. The military-trained animal chased Baghdadi into a corner where he detonated a bomb that killed him, the child with him, and injured Conan.

In the following video, President Trump honors this powerful and heroic animal. And Conan just seems happy to be in good company.


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