When the United States military dropped the Mother of All Bombs (MOAD) in Afghanistan it successfully killed 100 ISIS fighters and destroyed a network of tunnels.
Americans cheered the strike.
But not Elizabeth Warren.
Instead, she embarrassed herself by criticizing the action and asking one ridiculous question.
The MOAB was the largest non-nuclear strike in United States history.
It was deployed in Afghanistan to destroy ISIS’s tunnels and take out their fighters.
The 21,000 pound bomb created a mushroom cloud which could be seen 20 miles away.
Below is a video of strike.
But Elizabeth Warren had a strange reaction to the bombing.
She questioned the strike that killed 100 ISIS fighters.
“In a clip that aired on Friday’s broadcast of Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) reacted to a “mother of all bombs” strike on an ISIS stronghold in Afghanistan on Thursday.
Warren told reporters gathered at an appearance in Salem, MA what needed to be made clear was President Donald Trump’s strategy.
“As is the case with every part of Trump’s foreign policy, we are all trying to understand: What is the strategy?” Warren said.
“If we can’t figure out what it means, it’s sort of hard to make that a message,” she added.”
'What is the strategy?' Sen. Elizabeth Warren demands explanation after MOAB strike pic.twitter.com/OsiIhOB2wG
— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) April 14, 2017
Why did the military use the MOAB on ISIS in Afghanistan?
NBC News reports:
“The GPS-guided bomb struck what the U.S. said was a network of tunnels where ISIS fighters were hunkered down. The aim, according to the military, was to continue the rout of a degraded fighting force.
“As ISIS-K’s losses have mounted, they are using IEDs, bunkers and tunnels to thicken their defense,” said General John W. Nicholson, commander of America’s forces in the country. “This is the right munition to reduce these obstacles and maintain the momentum of our offensive against ISIS-K.”
The Afghan Ministry of Defense described the target as “a very important base for ISIS” and said it had been “annihilated.” It said three underground tunnels were destroyed, along with weapon and ammunition caches, and 36 ISIS fighters were killed with no loss of civilian life.”
ISIS has expanded their reach into Afghanistan.
Currently, there are a little over 1,000 fighters in the country.
But unlike Obama, Trump is willing to take decisive action and take ISIS out before their evil spreads even more.