Disturbing news regarding the "hero dog" of the al-Baghdadi raid.

Courtesy of the Babylon Bee


Texan99 said...

This is good, too: https://hotair.com/archives/allahpundit/2019/10/28/trumps-greatest-tweet-ever-meet-dog-chased-baghdadi/?utm_source=hadaily&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl&bcid=0861c706df42c9efc784706f921a70ca

"I like to imagine the photo was taken 10 minutes after the raid, in fact. He looks happy because he just got done burying Baghdadi’s femur.

"A few obvious things will happen now. One: There will be a movie made about a dog who hunts terrorists and it’ll gross like $700 million. Stephen “redsteeze” Miller is probably right that it’ll be called “Zero Bark Thirty,” ..."

E Hines said...

It's now the proven case that dogs are weapons of war and must be banned from the homes of civilians. Robert Francis O'Rourke will be sending animal control officers house to house to collect them up, and Eric "Nuke 'em" Swalwell will sic the government's rabid pit bulls on all of us who refuse to give up our dogs.

Eric Hines

ymarsakar said...

The spirits of dogs and cats are very close to 3d humans, will eventually get a spiritual upgrade and become self aware. Then they can decide to incarnate into a human avatar to experience life from another viewpoint.

If 1d is rock and water, then 2d is pet/animal consciousness.

In actual fact, many pets are like "children" to their host parents, the human owner. Because they are involved in a teacher/mentor relationship.

douglas said...

Mr. Hines, that is hilarious sir. With your permission, I'd like to steal that.

E Hines said...

Douglas, have at it, and consider this blanket permission to boost anything I post.

Eric Hines