This isn’t what I signed up for. If it’s Trump’s intention to continue the neocon policies that have left this country indebted to its eyeballs fighting meaningless wars, costing the lives of America’s bravest, count me out.
Bannon’s removal at the NSC on the same day that Trump upped his rhetoric for war with Assad isn’t a coincidence. Bannon has been an anti war advocate and wanted America out of the Middle East. Now here we are, being led down a ruinous road by 35 year old Jared Kushner and Trump’s generals, positioning for conflict in Syria over a chemical weapons attack.
In regard to the chemical attack that has left dozens dead, many of whom were children, no one knows with certainty who was responsible. There is so much fuckery going on there, you’ll drive yourself mad trying to figure it out.
Then there’s this.
— H e b a (@HKX07) April 5, 2017
— Sarah Abdallah (@sahouraxo) April 5, 2017
Here is President Trump’s response.
— Bloomberg (@business) April 5, 2017
— Omar Ghabra (@omarghabra) April 5, 2017
Asked his message to Iranian militias in Syria, Trump says "You'll see. They will have a message, you will see what the message will be." pic.twitter.com/zrDqwllTtK
— Tommy Christopher (@tommyxtopher) April 5, 2017
Trump told @GlennThrush and me that Syria was an "affront to humanity," as he just did at presser. Also of Russia's role: "disappointing"
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) April 5, 2017
Thus far, we have a President pursuing conflict escalations in both N. Korea and Syria. Everyone wants to be Churchill. We get to feel the brunt, however.If you enjoy the content at iBankCoin, please follow us on Twitter