Last night, Glenn and a few friends and staffers --- including Dan and Jason, fresh off their trip to Iraq --- gathered around the TV at the Mercury Studios to watch The Root Presents: Six Days in Iraq on TheBlaze TV. Friends and followers on social media were invited to join in by asking questions on Facebook or watching on Meerkat.
A good chunk of questions and comments on Facebook surrounded viewers' frustrations about ISIS supply lines. The documentary showed video of supplies lines running day and night with resources pouring into the hands of ISIS. It was clear that stopping this continuous and uninterrupted gravy train could have a significant impact on the effectiveness of ISIS.
While discussing this segment of The Root on radio today, Stu offered the tremendous news that just yesterday --- the same day the documentary aired on TheBlaze TV --- Kurdish forces successfully attacked, reclaiming Sinjar and disrupting those very supply lines.
"They [the Kurdish forces] launched an assault to take that town back finally, and they did, quickly. In a day, just like they promised, pushed ISIS back and now the supply lines are disrupted for ISIS," Stu said.
Watch Stu share the good news with Glenn and his listeners on radio below. Read the full story about the successful Kurdish offensive at TheBlaze.com.
Featured Image: Iraqi Kurdish fighters look on as smoke billows during an operation by Iraqi Kurdish forces backed by US-led strikes in the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar, in the northern Iraqi province of Mosul, on November 12, 2015, to retake the town from the Islamic State group and cut a key supply line to Syria. AFP PHOTO / SAFIN HAMED (Photo credit should read SAFIN HAMED/AFP/Getty Images)