In response to a tweet from Rep. Madison Cawthorn that said, “Our founding fathers did not intend for America to be the police force of the world,” Bill Kristol countered with, “The shores of Tripoli would like a word”:
The shores of Tripoli would like a word. https://t.co/mYQzVGdhbl
— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) February 13, 2022
Which one is it, Bill?
Is Russia attacking our merchant ships?
Or are you just historically illiterate? https://t.co/vAl95uDnrm
— Will Chamberlain (@willchamberlain) February 13, 2022
Maybe he can expand on what he’s getting at, because it’s a pretty bad tweet as is:
Tell me you don't care about or understand history without telling me you don't care about or understand history. https://t.co/rncGxH9yUn
— All Your $$$ Are Belong To 🇺🇦 (@BenignApathy) February 13, 2022
Even people who don’t like Cawthorn are calling him out:
I'm no isolationist and have little love for Cawthorn but this is a moronic take. https://t.co/1XJfLEoBnv
— Abraham Ash (@Historycourses) February 13, 2022
You should sit this one out… https://t.co/XMdu80fhvs
— poast *ULTRA MAGA* variant 🗣️🍊 (@poast) February 13, 2022