I haven't commented on this sooner due to being dumbstruck, to be honest. I fully expected to be disappointed in Trump on one or two issues, but never saw Syria as being one of them. Senile warmongers John McCain and Lindsey Graham, along with globalist fundamentalists at the BBC, are gloating over this like all their Samhains have come at once. Yes, let's celebrate almost triggering WW3, woohoo! (I wonder why so many of our overlords seem addicted to adrenaline-rush-inducing, risk taking behaviour.)
This plus the apparent demotion of Steve Bannon within the administration, along with the promotion of (((Kushner))) is bad news. I'm not psychic but would presume that Bannon was against this strike.
|lol...who ordered the bacon double cheeseburger?|
|Some things never change. It's all about who has the king's ear.|
Even if it's true that this is some sort of political game being played out and not a signal that Trump has succumbed to the deep state, this is exactly why I hate war, even when it's justified (which this isn't!). Decent* Syrians have been killed here for some nuanced political interest in DC or London or Tel Aviv. We were supposed to be helping them by bombing the hell out of ISIS (ideally of course all western nations should not be involved in what is basically a civil war in an alien land), now a few of them are dead and more notably, others are justifiably bitter.
* the ones who stayed to help their country. I respect that a lot, and I hope Trump and everyone who ordered this strike is haunted by the righteous people they killed here. Unless of course you believe Assad actually used chemical weapons, lol. I can understand if you bought the story first time round four years ago.