Pentagon 'Looking Into' Whether Russia Involved In Chemical AttackChris Menahan
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The Pentagon is now "looking into" whether Russia was involved in the chemical attack President Trump used as an excuse to attack Assad's airbase on Thursday.
In other words, they're looking into whether to frame Russia for the attack they've still yet to prove Assad was connected to.
PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- The United States is looking into whether Russia participated in the Syrian chemical weapons attack that provoked President Donald Trump's airstrikes against the Assad government, a revelation that could have dramatic implications for relations between Washington and Moscow.Incidentally, this AP story has been rewritten from "US Probing: Did Russia Take Part in Chem Weapons Attack?" to now read "US strikes win global praise - but ratchet up Russia tension."
They added "the Trump administration signaled new sanctions [against Syria] would soon follow the missile attack."
Just so everyone knows, just one of Russia's new RS-28 Sarmat, "Satan 2" nuclear missiles is capable of blowing up the entire state of Texas.
Four of these nukes could destroy the entire east or west coast of the Unites States.
Seeing as how we don't appear to have a successful "Star Wars" program capable of shooting these missiles out of the air because the military has prioritized diversity programs, women in the military and transgender rights the last decade, risking nuclear war is not very smart.
Of course, the neocons pushing war with Syria and by proxy Russia don't give a shit if we all get killed because real Americana Americans and Russians are the only threat to their globalist order.
While I don't want to fear-monger over what's so far only been one strike on Assad's airfield, the Pentagon suggesting they're going to blame Russia for this attack which they already blamed Assad for really puts the "mad" in "Mad Dog" Mattis.
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