The repulsive chemical attack on the Syrian people has people pointing the finger, trying to find someone to blame. But the blame game won’t change what happened. What will change it is rewriting history.
“I don’t really care whose fault it is. It doesn’t matter. It doesn’t matter to my children or your children or the children in Syria whose fault it is. But I will tell you, the revisionist history does matter,” Glenn said Thursday on radio.
Ignoring the Obama administration’s “red line” in the sand and failure to respond when that line was crossed is a fabrication and a blatant rewriting of history.
“Oh, and, by the way, I could also throw a bone to the media for covering for them, for not holding [President Obama’s] feet to the fire,” Glenn said.