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Tucker Carlson: Is a War in Syria Really Worth It?

The Trump administration has fired missiles at Syria over an alleged chemical weapons attack against Assad’s own people which has not been proven — and there’s plenty of reason to doubt the chemical attack actually happened.

Back in the early 2000s, when the Bush administration was foisting a story on the international community that today is universally regarded as having been mistaken. At best, we saw the most flagrant example of the manipulation of information to push an interventionist agenda in history.

Seventeen years later, the misguided conquest of Iraq has paved the way for a seemingly endless series of wars, adventures, and regime changes in the Middle East. But, if we attack a nation, based on the last 20 years, you can be sure it’s because they pose no real threat to us. If this were not the case, the people of North Korea would have been liberated by now.

The question most reasonable Trump supporters are asking now is, ‘who is giving Trump his information?’ The president appears to believe Assad attacked his own people. Despite the fact that he had nothing to gain from such a cruel and desperate action, we’re meant to believe that he did it just for kicks. Assad was winning the war against the rebels. It makes no sense for him to poison innocents with thermoplastic saran gas.

Could Trump’s missile strike be just another bone tossed to bloodthirsty globalists, like last year’s airport strike? We hope so. Otherwise, it could mean a nuclear exchange with Russia.

Here’s Tucker Carlson with more.

~ Liberty Video News


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