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Iraq & Syria Wars....Here We Go Again.

Updated: Jun 29, 2021

Biden’s airstrikes on Iraq-Syria Border. Ask yourself how much military action theres been in Iraq and Syria since President Trump ended the ISIS caliphate in Iraq, and then dropped a MOAB (Mother of all Bombs) on Afghanistan to take out a compound with numerous Syrian terrorist group leaders. Since then we have heard almost zero about Iraq and Syria. BUT HERE WE GO AGAIN! The White House said the reasons for the bombing were to send a "Clear Warning while the administration continues to negotiate to revive the 2015 nuclear deal." "A Clear Warning" = Informing the Taliban 48 hours ahead of the strike. Do people actually believe this non sense? Then John Kirby, the Pentagon Press Secretary said "airstrikes targeted facilities used by Iran-backed militia groups that have used the facilities as staging grounds to launch attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq." WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME THAT HAPPENED? In fact there have only been a total of 3 Military Deaths in Iraq and Syria the past year and "NON were caused by Hostile Forces" . SO WHY NOW? What all of a sudden is Military Force in Iraq and Syria "necessary, appropriate, and deliberate action" as stated by Bidens Administration. They love to use a bunch of words that can be either adjectives or verbs to give reasons that justify their actions.... But non of their rhetoric ever actually gives a single reason. In closing whats amazing is the Targets were not even Iranian Compounds. They were described as "Iranian Linked Militias in Iraq and Syria". So let this all sink in, we just attacked two countries that we're not at war with, to influence a different country that hates us, on how much nuclear capabilities we will give them. You cant make this stuff up!!!


STORY LINK President Biden’s decision to order airstrikes targeting facilities near the Iraq-Syria border that have been used by Iran-backed militia groups was a clear warning to Tehran while the administration continues to negotiate to revive the 2015 nuclear deal.


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