Sunday, April 15, 2018

Million $$$ Question for Warmongers

It was the weekend that was.   The swamp weasels look to have gotten one up on Trump.  McCain is a happy camper.  Hundreds of millions of taxpayer assets destroyed.  Why?   Because 40 people were found dead?     They kill and maim that many in Chicago on a weekend!

It makes no difference.   It's the same song and dance just a different decade.  We lost.  Warmongers on top!  MIC and K Street making bank.

Taxpayers lose.

America loses.   Again.

Think about this boys and girls in Mandaree and Pine Ridge.

What about it, you chemical weapons experts?
Do chemical weapons only release their elements when they explode from intended use but not when they explode from being militarily attacked?
There is no evidence in Syria of chemical residue from the chemical weapons facilities allegedly destroyed by US missiles.
No dead victims.
No reports of hospitals treating Syrian casualties of the American chemical attack.
How can this be if such sites were actually hit?
When I was a Wall Street Journal editor newspapers had competent journalists to whom such a question would occur. But no more. Stephen Lendman takes the New York Times to task for its unprofessionalism. The NY Times is no longer a news source. It is a propaganda megaphone.

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