Just when many were sure that Trump was the savior, he goes and screws up big time. And I don’t leave it to the media to tell me how the President is doing, seeing that they are clearly as biased as possible, finding any angle to attack him from.
It has been confirmed that the President ordered a missile strike on a Syrian base. The justification given was that Assad, once again, was suspected of having poisoned the Syrian people with chemical weapons.
I simply could not believe what I was hearing as I watched Trump give his address after the incident:
“On Tuesday, Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad launched a horrible chemical weapons attack on innocent civilians using a deadly nerve agent. Assad choked out the lives of helpless men, women, and children. It was a slow and brutal death for so many. Even beautiful babies were cruelly murdered in this very barbaric attack. No child of God should ever suffer such horror. Tonight I ordered a targeted military strike on the airfield in Syria from where the chemical attack was launched. It is in this vital national security interest of the United States to prevent and deter the spread and use of deadly chemical weapons.”
I immediately developed my suspicions about Trump’s alliance after the recent failure to repeal the Affordable Care Act, which has been a top priority of his, along with 99% of Republicans. Of course, the typical excuse was given, which was that Congress couldn’t agree. But if this were the case, the only logical conclusion is that the long-held Republican stance on the Affordable Care Act was nothing more than posturing. It’s not possible that this recent opportunity to repeal it would have been forgone in this way, unless there was foul play. This game of political promises and failures does not surprise me, as I constantly expose the fact that American politics is one big game and that Republicans and Democrats are both beholden to the same private interests.
However, I was never quite convinced that Trump actually was a partaker of this game until now. You can try to splice it how you want to (like I’ve seen Alex Jones try to do), but there is no excuse that will cut it. I’ve heard of the possibility that Trump may have been cloned, which I do believe is within the realm of possibility. Currently, that’s the only explanation capable of excusing him in my book.
I mentioned that I simply couldn’t believe what I was hearing from Trump, because I watched him lie straight to the public. He pulled the same garbage that the United States has been pulling for the past century, which is to invent a democratically righteous excuse to engage militarily in foreign territories. It was the same dishonest political tactic that United States has been getting away with for far too long. His speech was laced with propagandized language, and worst of all, the lie given was the same lie that originally escalated our involvement in the Syrian situation–a lie that was even admitted by Obama in an interview.
Obama has admitted that the intel suggesting that Assad used chemical weapons against the Syrian people was flawed. Even the Iraq war started from the same tactic. So I’m baffled as to how the globalists are bold enough to try the same lie twice. Just as Obama focused on the humanitarian crisis, Trump has done the same, and the public is fed propaganda and told false reasons for military actions.
And finally, while I could go into a deep analysis of the geo-political chess President Trump could be playing, I can say that, if it was indeed a chess move, it was a blunder. Even if Assad had used chemical weapons against the Syrian people, what was there to gain from this senseless missile strike? And parroting off of David Icke, what would Assad possibly stand to gain by poisoning his own people and risking international intervention?