Since 2014, over 50,000 Islamic State mujaheddin have been sent packing to Jannah (what they call Paradise, but it's more like a whorehouse with rivers of wine and young boys catering to your whims), marking a milestone in this long war, a senior official told Fox News on Thursday.
The official spoke about this for the first time and said the figures he mentioned are a conservative estimate, so if they stretch out for a full 60 miles, that's okay too. Our leaders are generally unwilling to release actual numbers but ISIS has been able to replace them very rapidly, especially at the start of the jihad.
"I give them credit for being so resilient," the official said. But he warned that airstrikes have killed so many scumcrumpets, the fear now is that they will morph into what he called "AQI 2.0," or another version of Al Qaeda in Iraq.
The official said the coalition airstrikes could be more aggressive in Mosul and similar areas, where Iraqi fighters are battling to retake the city.
The U.S.-led coalition has flown over 125,000 sorties in Iraq and Syria since Operation Inherent Resolve, which began in August 2014.
That's a lot of air pollution, Mr. Obama.