Trump Accuses “Assad Regime” of Chemical Attack, Says Such Acts “Cannot Be Tolerated”

As the Syrian Free Press notes in a post put up today, ISIS, Al-Nusra and the other terrorist gangs in Syria have been losing ground on multiple fronts. This is despite the fact that they have received “help in arms and men,” both from neighboring countries in the Middle East as well as from Western intelligence agencies, and despite also that they’ve even been the beneficiaries of “air raids and bombings by the Zionist entity,” as the SFP puts it. In other words, all this bounteous and copious assistance notwithstanding, the half-wit dunderheads who make up the rank and file of these terrorist armies are still losing.

So when all else fails, what are the elites pushing for regime change supposed to do? Well, one thing they could do is fall back on their old standby method. Yes, you guessed it. Engineer an atrocity or outrage of some sort and blame it on the Assad government (or whichever country’s government is headed by the “new Hitler” at any given moment). Of course if the ranks of the terrorist armies are made up of dunderheaded idiots, the elitist echelons seem comprised of those substantially devoid of imagination. It’s like they keep trying to pull off the same con job over and over again, thinking nobody will get wise.

A good many of us have indeed grown wise, but one who still remains bamboozled, at least if we go by his comments in the above video, is Donald Trump. This is the most inflammatory, war-like rhetoric we’ve seen yet from Trump. Is it really possible that neither the president nor his advisors have stopped to consider the point that security specialist and counter-terrorism advisor Charles Shoebridge makes by way of analysis in the following video–i.e. that at a time when it has been making “great victories sweeping across Syria in the fight against the rebels,” the Assad government really would have no motivation whatsoever for carrying out an attack of this nature…and that “the people who benefit from this kind of attack are the rebels themselves,” as the analyst puts it? Is it really possible Trump hasn’t considered this, or that he hasn’t bothered to question what the media, who he not so long ago accused of spreading fake news, are now reporting on this alleged chemical attack?

Or, alternately, is it possible that Trump has now (regardless of what he may or may not have been in the past) become a pawn of the deep state?

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