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US Intel Community and Trump Knew Syria Didn't Gas Its Own People ... But Attacked Anyway

Trump's Syria Missile Strike

Pulitzer-winning journalist, Seymour Hersh, wrote a recent article on the gas attack that the mainstream media told its viewers was the result of Assad gassing his own people. Trump responded by launching 59 cruise missiles at a Syrian airbase. Hersh's connections in the intel community tell us a completely different story, one many of us suspected based on the information that was coming out of the area from independent journalists that contradicted the mainstream media.

Hersh writes, "Trump issued the order despite having been warned by the U.S. intelligence community that it had found no evidence that the Syrians had used a chemical weapon." Furthermore, "The available intelligence made clear that the Syrians had targeted a jihadist meeting site on April 4 using a Russian-supplied guided bomb equipped with conventional explosives. Details of the attack, including information on its so-called high-value targets, had been provided by the Russians days in advance to American and allied military officials in Doha, whose mission is to coordinate all U.S., allied, Syrian and Russian Air Force operations in the region."
Yet Trump chose to bomb anyway. Hersh continues, "Some American military and intelligence officials were especially distressed by the president's determination to ignore the evidence. "None of this makes any sense," one officer told colleagues upon learning of the decision to bomb. "We KNOW that there was no chemical attack ... the Russians are furious. Claiming we have the real intel and know the truth ... I guess it didn't matter whether we elected Clinton or Trump.“

Despite being adamantly against an attack against Syria after the "gas attack," I think it's important not to rally too hard on Trump here. We have to look at all the metadata. There are two things that should be considered:

1) The intel sources could have lied to Hersh about what Trump actually knew. It appears the intel community knew it wasn't Assad because they're admitting to that, but they may have kept Trump in the dark, or told Trump it was Assad. This lie would be an attempt to make Trump look incompetent or out of control - something that would be in line with what the "deep state" intel community has been doing for months through leaks to the media.

2) If what Hersh's source says is true and Trump knew the truth, he may have retaliated anyway to get the Russian narrative off his back. The US says all the missiles hit their targets. However, what's clear is that a lot of them landed in the desert (see Russian video) and there are eyewitness accounts on Twitter of missiles landing in the water some 30-50 miles away.

The really interesting redpill here is that the mainstream media had an opportunity to make Trump look bad because they must have known that Trump knew that Assad wasn't directly responsible. But what'd they do instead? They covered up the truth, embraced the attack, and talked about how beautiful the missiles were.

That could be interpreted such that despite how badly the media wants to take out Trump to the point of wanting to impeach him, covering up the truth happening in the middle east is far more important ... as such, they couldn't attack Trump without revealing that truth.

The fact that Seymour Hersh had to go to Germany to publish his findings corroborates the conclusion that the mainstream media continues to keep Americans in the dark.

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Mike patterson on :

Where are the hundreds or thousands of the people that were
There at concert not telling us what they believed happened

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