Coulter, Cernovich and Watson are overrated pundits, far from security experts.

Let’s be real. I am getting sick and tired of overrated pundits like Ann Coulter, Paul Watson, Mike Cernovich and others acting like liberals by throwing a temper tantrum when things don’t get their way. Shame on them for jumping off the Trump train after the air strikes in Syria. Ask yourself this. What makes you an expert in national and international American security?

It is bad enough we have liberals, Democrats, and Hollywood trying to derail what POTUS Trump has planned for America. We do not need these so called “experts” screwing things up. People need to realize that the President of the United States has to protect Americans from enemies foreign and domestic, which is stated in the Constitution by the way. Do any of these overrated pundits go to secret intelligence briefings to find out why Syria is a danger to Americans? Do people realize there are Americans overseas, and specifically, in the Middle East.

Americans, especially conservatives, acknowledge the danger of radical Islam, about which many of these pundits were supposedly helping to open people’s eyes. Personally, I thought President Trump sent an excellent message to both ISIS as well as Assad about the dangers of using chemical weapons and that America has a new sheriff in town. I also think it is ok for us to agree to disagree on his strategies because this is America, a free country. But to jump off the train which you claimed to be on because of a disagreement, and then try to persuade the public he is wrong and to resist against him like liberals are doing is also wrong.

Let me remind everyone that these people are just overrated pundits, who have no clue about what is really going on. I myself am not an expert. Even having a top secret clearance and having been to the Middle East as a U.S. soldier and now as an Israeli citizen, I can’t say with certainty what is truly going on, and neither can the pundits. We need to use common sense. I trust President Trump. I can tell he truly cares for American safety and has America’s interest as a number one priority. He continues to keep his campaign promises. Give him time to continue Making America Great Again.

David Weissman was born in Queens, NY and served 13 years in the U.S. Army as a chaplain assistant, including two deployments to Afghanistan. Upon being honorably discharged he made the Jewish right of return (Aliyah) and moved to the city of Ashkelon in Israel where he experienced the war with Hamas in the summer of 2014. David is now a freelance writer living in the city of Efrat in the Jerusalem district.