US Forces Show No Mercy to Houthis

At the southern border, millions of illegal migrants have entered the nation since January of 2021. On the international stage, foreign adversaries of the United States have been emboldened by Bidens weak and incoherent leadership. Russia invaded Ukraine in early 2022 and remains stalemated in the bloody conflict in Eastern Europe. China continues to threaten U.S. dominance in the pacific and recently flew aerial military maneuvers over the island of Taiwan. In early October, Hamas, a Muslim terrorist organization invaded Israel, killing over a thousand innocent individuals.

In the summer of 2020 in the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd, thousands of violent protestors aligned with the group known as Black Lives Matter rioted, looted, vandalized and burned parts of major cities across the nation. At the height of the riots in 2020, Hawk Newsome, a prominent leader in the organization defended the looting actions taken, accusing America of being a “pillaging” nation and called the nations actions “terrorist”-like. The organization is back in media headlines after several of its chapters expressed vocal support for the Hamas terrorists in Israel. After the murders of over 1,000 Jews last week, an account on X (Twitter) named Black Lives Matter Grassroots posted a statement claiming that the Hamas terrorists acted in self-defense, and that they should “not be condemned” but “understood”. Black Lives Matter stated that it stood in support of Palestine, which had endured “57 years of colonialism”.

The situation in the middle east continues to deteriorate as Houthi terrorists continue to attack western and American national shipping in the Mediterranean and Iran acts through proxies. The world appears to be on the brink of a major global war. Recently, American forces in the region carried out drone strikes in Yemen against these terrorists. The Houthi’s are backed by Iran, and the conflict could very well become even more volatile in the coming months. Instability and uncertainty plague global affairs.