Ret. Lt. Col. Ralph Peters ranted to Fox Business on Monday that President Barack Obama was a “total pussy” because he had not announced new military action against terrorists in his speech from the Oval Office on Sunday night.
“First of all, he keeps speaking about we can’t give into our fears,” Peters explained to Fox’s Stuart Varney. “Look, Mr. President, we’re not afraid, we’re angry, we’re pissed off. We’re furious, we want you to react, do something. You’re afraid.”
“This guy is such a total pussy, it is stunning,” he continued. “We the people — American people who he does not know in any intimate sort of manner, we want action. We want action against the Islamic state.”
Peters continued his rant for another minute before Varney stepped in with a light slap on the wrist.
“I can tell you are super angry,” Varney noted. “And I asked you what your reaction was. But I’ve got to call you — you can’t use language like that on the program.”
“Sorry,” Peters replied.
“Okay,” Varney laughed.
After Peters complained about the president for another minute, Varney decided to deliver a stronger rebuke, likely after receiving some advice from his producer.
“You used some very strong language there about the president of the United States,” Varney said. “And I’m the anchor of Varney & Co. and I have to ask you, [you] either should apologize for that or take it back.”
“I apologize,” Peters offered. “My choice of words was incorrect but my sentiment, I think, is shared by many.”
Watch the video below from Fox Business News, broadcast Dec. 7, 2015.
(h/t: Free Beacon)
Ex-white nationalist issues horrifying warning Trump’s government is neglecting the ‘domestic extremism problem’
Former white supremacist Christian Picciolini noted in an interview with MSNBC Sunday that the United States is dealing with a severe domestic terrorism problem, but that the Donald Trump administration is asleep at the wheel.
Since the El Paso shooting, there have been more than 30 thwarted mass shootings and at least two of those were directly related to domestic terrorism. Luckily state and local police were able to step in, and Americans have been more likely to warn law enforcement about possible attacks.
‘What could possibly go wrong?’ MSNBC panel laughs at Trump stupidity on dropping a bomb to stop hurricanes
An MSNBC panel couldn't help but laugh and joke at the news that President Donald Trump asked if hurricanes could be stopped with a nuclear bomb.
The incident reportedly took place after multiple hurricanes hit the U.S. numerous times. Axios reporter Jonathan Swan told MSNBC Sunday that scientists did research the question in 1961, but the conspiracy has persisted and that there is a factsheet dispelling the myth on the National Geographic's website.
He’s trying ‘to get under Trump’s skin’: Reporter Olivia Nuzzi outlines Joe Walsh’s impact on 2020
Republican strategist Shermichael Singleton explained during an MSNBC panel discussion that former Rep. Joe Walsh isn't likely to peel away many voters from Trump as someone who is "Trump-light." New York Magazine reporter Olivia Nuzzi, however, thinks Walsh with have a more significant impact, whether or not he can win the primary race.
During a CNN panel discussion, Nuzzi similarly noted that Walsh's primary purpose could be to troll the president.