January 25, 2017
Nobody could have predicted that moderate rebels are actually ISIS.
The Jew narrative of “moderate terrorists” is collapsing at free-fall speed.
And the best part?
It was all part of the plan.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, announced Wednesday that she has returned to Washington, D.C., after a weeklong “fact-finding” trip to Syria and Lebanon.
She said Wednesday that her trip further convinced her that the U.S. should stop aiding any rebels fighting against Assad in the war-torn country. She called the rebel groups “terrorists.”
Hey, what wrong with a little “moderate” bombing of your city? Everything is fine in moderation, you know.
“The U.S. must stop supporting terrorists who are destroying Syria and her people. The U.S. and other countries fueling this war must stop immediately. We must allow the Syrian people to try to recover from this terrible war,” she said in her statement.
“We must end our war to overthrow the Syrian government and focus our attention on defeating al-Qaeda and ISIS,” her statement continued.
We’ve always said that there was no such thing as “moderate rebels” fighting in Syria; just various terrorist groups aligned more or less closely with ISIS. This was always pretty clear to all neutral observers, in spite of the American media’s hysterical insistence that the US needed to support these “moderate” anti-Assad forces.
The Jews are such great guys that they’ll give medical help to their “sworn enemies.”
But, of course, Trump always said that his intent was to support Assad and destroy ISIS, with the help of Russia. So it was necessary to kill this insane notion of “moderate terrorists” in the minds of the people.
This secret “fact-finding mission” is a great step in that direction.
Representative Tulsi Gabbard was a supporter of Assad for a while now, and was even considered for a role in the Trump administration. She’s met with Trump before departing on her mission, and it would make a lot of sense that he’s the one who tasked her with the job.
This public relations stunt now enables the president to bring forward Stormer style rhetoric, rolling out his plans while accusing anyone who gets in his way of supporting ISIS terrorists.