November 26, 2019
This dog is obviously totally NOT a crisis actor.
I 100% believe the official story that he hunted down and killed the leader of ISIS. However, if I did believe this dog was a crisis actor, I certainly wouldn’t say it publicly, as I would not want to be sued for hundreds of thousands by the dog’s Jew lawyers.
A US military dog injured in the raid where Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi killed himself has been given a hero’s welcome at the White House.
Conan, a Belgian Malinois, appeared less interested in Donald Trump’s praise and more keen on Mike Pence’s head scratches.
He even repeatedly looked up at the vice president for more attention.
During Conan’s visit to the White House, the president described the canine as an “ultimate fighter”, as well as “incredible, brilliant, smart and very special”.
Conan was hurt when he was exposed to electrical wires in last month’s special forces operation while chasing al Baghdadi at the terrorist’s compound in northwest Syria.
That is 100% confirmed to have totally happened – in real life.
Introducing the dog, Mr Trump said: “So this is Conan… right now, probably the world’s most famous dog.”
He also called him a “tough cookie” and awarded him with a medal and a plaque.
First Lady Melania Trump stood a few feet away.
Mr Trump said Conan was initially going to be muzzled for the appearance, but added he thought that would put the dog in attack mode.
Speaking to dozens of reporters in the Rose Garden, he said: “He’s not in a bad mood today, so you’re safe.”
Yeah if he was in a bad mood, he might start filing lawsuits against members of the audience.
These totally not actors involved in these totally real media events tend to be extremely litigious, because if people claim that they are lying, it can really hurt their feelings and their book sales.
The fact that you never saw the body of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is no different than the fact that you never saw the body of Osama Bin Laden or the bodies at Sandy Bin Hook. We know this is all real because the media said it was real, and if you don’t believe it, you’re evil – and it’s time to pay the price.
And the price is $450,000.
The last thing I want to see is an article like that with my name on it.