This crazy story surrounding the disappearance of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside a Saudi consulate is continuing. It looks as if he was definitely killed inside the consulate. It’s becoming impossible for the Saudis to deny this.

It’s gotten so out of control that the Saudi consul fled Turkey after the Turks were prepared to search his personal residence.

There are also other reports backing up the initial claim that Khashoggi was killed Pulp Fiction style inside the consulate. It’s even being said that the Saudis tried to cover up the murder scene by bringing in painters and professional cleaners.

Meanwhile, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is over in Saudi Arabia meeting with these camel humpers trying to get to the bottom of what happened.

I’m sure Trump is waiting to see how this all plays out, but there’s really no good reason for us to continue doing business with this regime of desert dwellers. Most of the 9/11 hijackers came from Saudi Arabia and the way they run their country isn’t a whole lot different than how the Islamic State does business. They’ve also been blowing up buses filled with children in Yemen and committing other atrocities.

It’s just funny that this weird story about a journalist being killed Pulp Fiction style with a bone saw is what is turning the world against them. Not sure if this is just a case of the media chimping out over one of their colleagues getting brutally killed or if the Jews are up to something larger.

Either way, they’re really putting pressure on Trump to do something even claiming that he doesn’t want to take action due to supposed financial interests in Saudi Arabia.

We should stop doing business with the Saudis but not because of this dead journalist. There’s many other better reasons why doing business with these camel jockeys has not been good for America.

Rand Paul made some good points about this on Fox News earlier today.

We’d be much better off aligning with the Shiites instead of these Sunni countries like Saudi Arabia. Unfortunately, that is not the current geopolitical reality of things. Hopefully this incident starts to change all of that.