O’Reilly: Obama’s Anti-Terror Record ‘About as Weak as You Can Get’

Bill O’Reilly thinks that despite presiding over the elimination of Osama bin Laden, President Obama has an unbelievably weak record when it comes to combating terrorist threats against the United States. O’Reilly was set off by Obama blaming the intelligence community for underestimating the threat posed by ISIS, when there were high-ranking officials making very public warnings.

O’Reilly said Obama simply doesn’t want to engage in the war on terror, and while he might order drones and take some other small actions, he’s just “hoping that a situation like ISIS in Syria will go away.”

He went down a list of what he believed to be Obama shirking away from the terror fight and concluded, “President Obama’s resume on terrorism is about as weak as you can get.”

Watch the video below, via Fox News:

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