Bill O'Reilly accused President Barack Obama of "plunging the world into a very dark place" by not adequately using America's power abroad to halt the Islamic State's continued advances.
Delivering a passionate diatribe on his Fox News show Tuesday night, O'Reilly said that America's power is in "free-fall decline" overseas and accused Obama of failing to uphold his promise to stop the Islamic State in its tracks.
"Even though President Obama promised to confront ISIS and downgrade it, that has not happened," O'Reilly said. "ISIS continues to expand, murdering thousands of innocent people, creating chaos wherever it goes."
From Syria to Iraq, Libya and Nigeria, he said that the U.S. has failed to make headway in the ongoing war against radical Islam, going on to accuse Obama and prominent Democrats like Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid of saying things that "make no sense at all."
"The whole world is changing. The jihad is advancing, yet the 60-nation coalition is as impotent as any group ever be," O'Reilly continued. "There isn't enough Viagra in the world."
He said that the "perfect storm of weakness" is on display and called on the U.S. to use its economic power to fight the Islamic State.
"President Obama comes from an ideology that usually sees American military might as a negative," he said. "By withholding American power abroad, the president is plunging the world into a very dark place."
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