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Bombshell: Tucker Carlson Details DC Swamp Syria False Flag

Today’s Campaign Update
(Because The Campaign Never Ends)

Tired of all this #WINNING yet? Are you kidding? – For the third time in the last six days of trading, all three major stock indexes – the Dow, the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 – closed at record highs on Monday. You may or may not care for President Donald Trump, but your 401(k) loves him and his economy.

Tucker Carlson was trending on Twitter when I got up and began my daily news search this morning, so I decided to check out why. What I found was a bombshell report that the Deep State toadies in our fake news media will studiously ignore. It’s a story about how the warmonger lobby in Washington DC almost led our country into a completely unjustified escalation in Syria in April of last year, and how President Donald Trump barely avoided being railroaded into it. Here is a clip of that segment, followed by a transcript:

For all of you who, like me, still like to read stuff, here’s a transcript of Tucker’s remarks:

In spite of repeated efforts to get them out, American troops remain deployed in parts of Syria. If Washington has its way, they will be there until you are old, or even longer. Forever.

But it could be worse. 19 months ago, Washington was demanding that the U.S. government topple the Assad government completely, must do it now. The justification for this was a supposed chemical weapons attack in the town of Duma. Now, no one in Washington had seen the attack. No American had seen it, nobody in congress could tell you what proof existed that the attack had actually taken place, or that Assad’s government was behind it, rather than some other faction – and there were many – involved in the country’s civil war.

But it didn’t matter that there was literally no evidence: Everybody in Washington began agitating for regime change war immediately. Immediately, and especially on the left. Bill Kristol and Max Boot and everyone at MSNBC and CNN – they were completely for it. This show was not for it. We didn’t deny the attack happened, we just told people to be skeptical.

[Plays clip from April 9, 2018]

Universal, bi-partisan agreement on anything is usually the first sign that something deeply unwise is about to happen, if only because there is nobody left to ask skeptical questions. And we should be skeptical of this, starting with the poison gas attack. All the geniuses tell us that Assad killed those children, but do they really know that?

Of course they don’t really know that – they’re making it up. They have no real idea what happened. And now the same people who brought you the dying American middle class, undefended American borders and endless, pointless wars you in countries you could not find on a map are telling the President he’s got to depose Assad for reasons that are both unclear and demonstrably dishonest.

[End clip]

You’ve gotta depose Assad immediately. Wait a second, how did it work when we deposed the last four Arab leaders? And wait a second: Didn’t the Assad government, as evil as it may be, protect all the Christians?

Shut up, they said. You’ve gotta do it now!

Well, fortunately President Trump limited his response to another wave of missile strikes rather than sending U.S. troops in to topple yet another government in the region. But now, it looks like even that response may have not been justified.

Last Spring, the official report of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, which is the group that monitors chemical weapons, said the Duma attack was caused by two chlorine gas canisters that were dropped from an airplane. That would suggest the Assad government was responsible for the attack. Ok.

But then last May, a leaked internal document showed that one of the OPCW’s top analysts disagreed with that conclusion. He thought the canisters were placed by hand, by someone on the ground. Which would make this a completely different event.

This week, WikiLeaks is publishing an email from a member of the OPCW’s fact finding team. That email accuses the organization of altering investigators’ original findings to make evidence of an attack look more conclusive than it actually was.

[Here is a link to the WikiLeaks OPCW Document in question.]

Sound familiar? Yeah, we’ve seen this movie before, with tragic consequences.

Yet another OPCW whistleblower has argued that on-the-ground evidence points against an attack happening at all.

So, in other words, America almost attacked another country, which would have killed untold thousands of people, over an “attack” that may never have happened in the first place. That powerful people may very well be lying about.

Under a different president – and whatever you think of Trump, this is true – under a different president, say, Hillary Clinton, being advised by the Obama foreign policy team – Samantha Power, and a lot of people like Samantha Power with long track records of unwise and indeed stupid decision making – under that administration we probably would have invaded.

[Segment turns to interview with Jonathan Steele, a chief foreign policy correspondent with The Guardian. It repeats the points Tucker just made.]

[End of transcript.]

This is a big deal. This is real news – news of a clear false flag effort by elements in the DC Swamp warmonger lobby to trick a United States president into launching yet another full-scale regime change war in yet another Middle Eastern nation.

Because it is real news, news that reveals even more of Washington’s corrupt establishment, it will be ignored by the mainstream media, since they pretty much all serve as the megaphones for the DC Swamp.

Be glad Donald Trump was your President last April and remains in office today. Because if he wasn’t, we’d have had another steady stream of young American men and women returning home from another God-forsaken Middle Eastern country in body bags for no reason whatsoever over the last 19 months, and no end in sight.

This, in fact, is why Donald Trump was elected in the first place. God bless him and keep him safe.

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That is all.

 

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20 thoughts on “Bombshell: Tucker Carlson Details DC Swamp Syria False Flag

  1. Reply
    Jimmy MacAfee - November 26, 2019

    March 19, 2013, northern Syria had a sarin attack. It was allegedly Syria, which had military grade sarin, but the gas used wasn’t that quality. Evidence? Rescuers were using ordinary masks, gloves, gowns to handle victims – you need HAZMAT suits for sarin, because even touching it could be fatal. US Military intelligence – some branch of it – denied it was what the CIA and others claimed, and thus al-Bama was prevented from making a new war.

    Some of the “victims” (not all of them were real) had shaving cream or something similar around their faces. Real frothing doesn’t include uniform bubbles – and these were uniform. Kool whip, shaving cream…

    A recent “attack” of some sort featured a lot of people under white sheets. Some of them apparently had an itch, because they moved. And moved. And moved. Oops.

    Al-Bama had unwisely drawn a red line, which was exactly what they wanted for the false flag to proceed; al-Bama, wary of being led into a trap, and with public opposition to a wider war in Syria, didn’t engage. He was criticized heavily for that, but not from me. One of his few wise choices. Some “Conservatives” ripped al-Bama a new one, and were aghast at the suggestion that this was a false flag event. You could see these “journalists” writing for their puppet masters as furiously as they could get it out on paper.

    As Dave says, Christians were spared by Assad, while our McLame-beloved “freedom fighters” murdered and tortured and raped and displaced Christians. McLame didn’t give a rat’s patoot for Christians, because he wanted to be “Johnny of Arabia.” Fool. Absolute fool. We also, via Hillary, armed ISIS. That’s what the emails are about; that’s what she didn’t want known (among other things.) Libya was to be “her war,” to ride into the Whitehouse, not sapient nor sentient enough to know that Americans were tired of war being treated like a video game (“see the terrorist get blown up by his own suicide vest! This is fun!”)

    We do have Islamist enemies over there, but they include Qatar and Saudi Arabia and Turkey, as well as Iran and Syria. Do we just nuke the entire region? Don’t ask me; I’m not the one setting up this insane chessboard. Maybe the White Helmets can set up that next gig! Right MI6? Et al?

    Ah, the Russians! Are they involved? Well, their mercenaries got the sh#t kicked out of them by US SOPs. Massacred. Out of uniform, the Russians had no way of protesting. Of course, Turkey was setting US forces up and President Trump moved them – wisely, it now appears – and ISIS was beheaded soon after. Turkey is one of our worst enemies in the region, something I think the President MAY understand. Other than the fact that his kids are friends with Gollum’s kids, and he treats Gollum with too much deference and respect. Sorry the coup against Gollum failed. He’s now in bed with Putin, being rocked gently at night with worries and fears, some legitimate.

    But another day, another false flag! Let’s hope “Johnny B.” Haspel isn’t working for that side any more.

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    Jimmy MacAfee - November 26, 2019

    On the “attack” in question: President Trump’s measured response was appropriate, because it mainly involved leveling empty buildings. Same with the Iranians and the drone: measured response. Iran is having problems of its own, and unifying the Iranians against the US was unnecessary. The US “press” is not reporting most of this, naturally. The press also don’t seem to want to remember that the Insanians captured a US naval vessel and humiliated the crew – and al-Bama did nothing but beg and offer them more money. I suspect another such incident will result in Tehran having a far different skyline, and the Insanians are not stupid – evil, insane, but not stupid. And the people are about to replace them.

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      Jeff H - November 26, 2019

      Jimmy, First some background. I was a USAF Bomb Disposal tech who separated from the service after the first Gulf war so I have some knowledge of the effects of different sorts of air dropped munitions and their effects. I remember seeing photos of the detonation sites of these so called chlorine bombs. Sorry I cannot find those photos now. It was on a road and appeared to have a somewhat small size concave indentation in the asphalt compared to what a true chem bomb would have. My first thought was bull s-it. If it were a true chem bomb there would be large pieces of fragments everywhere and a fuse that could be easily found and identified. It they were simply canisters heaved out of an aircraft there would be no divot at all. It looked like some sort of vessels were placed on the ground with explosives on top and were set off. It looked fishy to me. I thought at the time that it looked like something terrorists would do to smear their enemies.

      By the way something I also can’t find real evidence for but read about is that much, if not all of the Iraqi chem stockpiles were flown to Syria on board commercial airliners while or just before we attacked them so they would not be found. If that is so then it would most definitely deteriorate in that heat and over time so that they would not be as effective in use. That could explain the limited use of protective clothing after so called Sarin attacks many years later with degraded chemicals but in reality who would take a chance with such nasty weapons in real life. Makes one wonder doesn’t it?

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        Gregg - November 26, 2019

        Didn’t Saddam fly most of his air force to Iran prior to Gulf War I in 1990 to save it from certain destruction? And Iraq had just finished a brutal inconclusive war with Iran a year or so prior to that. Politics does make strange bedfellows.

        The other thing I never understood about Saddam: He could have let us build up our forces like we did and on the day before the Jan. 15 deadline just move his army fifty miles out of Kuwait. What would we have done? What could we have done? We would have had to eventually leave Saudi Arabia and nothing would have stopped Saddam for re entering Kuwait unless we garrisoned it like we have 30,000+ troops in South Korea just waiting to get shot at since the 1950s!

        Same for Iraq in 2003; just let the feckless UN inspector Cluesaus (sp?) check out a couple of bunkers and baby food factories and give a clean bill of health – no problem.

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        DD More - November 27, 2019

        Jeff – That report is here – https://gosint.wordpress.com/2017/04/13/mit-professor-debunks-national-security-council-evidence-on-sarin-attack/

        122 mm pipe like that used in the manufacture of artillery rockets, and after picture shows flattened and cracked. No explosion.

        But Douma, from Reporter Robert Fisk who actually Reached the Syrian ‘Chemical Attack’ site.
        For the same 58-year old senior Syrian doctor then adds something profoundly uncomfortable: the patients, he says, were overcome not by gas but by oxygen starvation in the rubbish-filled tunnels and basements in which they lived, on a night of wind and heavy shelling that stirred up a dust storm.
        Fisk goes on to identify the doctor by name – Dr. Assim Rahaibani, who also said it was a “White Helmet”, shouted “Gas!”, and a panic began.

        Others,
        Seymour Hersh – reported Porton Down, the UK defence laboratory in Wiltshire. British intelligence had obtained a sample of the sarin used in the 21 August, 2013 attack and analysis demonstrated that the gas used didn’t match the batches known to exist in the Syrian army’s chemical weapons arsenal.

        Professor MIT, examined the delivery rocket’s design and calculated possible trajectories based on the payload of the cargo. The authors concluded that sarin gas “could not possibly have been fired at East Ghouta from the ‘heart’, or from the Eastern edge, of the Syrian government controlled area shown in the intelligence map published by the White House on August 30, 2013.

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    Jumper Bones - November 26, 2019

    Thank you Mr. Blackmon, for taking the time to transcribe this, and offer it to your readers.

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      David Blackmon - November 26, 2019

      You’re welcome. It’s a very important report, and I was happy to do it.

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        Jimmy MacAfee - November 26, 2019

        Love the Assad meme.

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          David Blackmon - November 26, 2019

          That is a Carpe Donctum meme. Best follow on Twitter.

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    Sharon Campbell - November 26, 2019

    Oh my gosh! This is an incredible truth find! Proof there are war mongers in the Washington Sewer. It’s no longer a swamp, it’s a Sewer!

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    Show me - November 26, 2019

    They want a rubber-stamp President and are watching the Democrat party presidential candidate debates closely.

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    Rich Owens - November 26, 2019

    yes, there is money to be made during a war. Unfortunately, many in the deep state will propagate issues to enrich themselves and their “friends” with money and power with little respect for human life or having any moral reason for fighting.

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    alonzo1956 - November 26, 2019

    If the MSM paid ANY attention to this issue, it will make Trumps future landslide victory, even a greater landslide.

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    Jonesy - November 26, 2019

    When the swamp and the left are warmongering, there has to be some end that benefits them – money (an easy one), political (we supported the cause, but Trump mis-managed the effort, so vote for us), or socio-political (see all these refugees? We need to take them in!; or, all this conflict is exacerbated by climate change! Give us your money!).

    The discussion of alternate outcomes (i.e. if Hillary was POTUS, etc) reminds me of a good series on Amazon called The Man in The High Castle. It supposes a different outcome to WW2 in which the US loses the war and our great country is occupied by Germany from the east coast to the Rockies, and the the western US is occupied by Japan. Resistance movements, Americans living under different oppressive regimes, you can compare and extrapolate (with some imagination) how certain proposed systems of government by 2020 candidates could end up after some time in practice.

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    phineas gage - November 26, 2019

    The canonical example of this is the weapons of mass destruction neo-con lie that got us into Iraq. I will admit that I fell for that completely and argued against those who opposed the intervention. In hindsight and after many young American lives lost they were proven correct. Even many Democrats were on the right side of that one, albeit for purely political anti-Bush reasons.

    As the song goes, I won’t get fooled again, and it is encouraing that President Trump has a skeptical realpolitik view of foreign entanglements. With our national energy dependence directly resulting from his policies, we have even less reason for such involvement.

    I quoted H.W. Bush the other day, and I’m glad to see that so far Trump has gotten bad advice from the deep state (lots of it) and refused to take it.

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      Gregg - November 26, 2019

      Sadly, I too supported both Iraq wars and Afghanistan, and years ago, mocked people like Trump who spoke out against our needless involvement. Trump was right for the right reasons; others were also correct, but for the wrong reasons. I felt we did need to respond to the 9-11 attacks and enforce the UN resolution on WMDs in Iraq in order to keep the UN a viable organization, unlike the toothless League of Nations. I won’t make that mistake again.

      Now that we are energy independent we should tell Israel to have at it and get the hell out of the whole Middle East. Let Europe and Russia deal with it – they all deserve each other.

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        Jimmy MacAfee - November 27, 2019

        Gregg,
        I supported both Iraq wars, too: now we see that the first Gulf was a set-up, with a Kuwaiti official’s daughter lying to Congress. No illusions about Saddam Hussein, but he was deliberately set up by April Glaspie (sp?) who told him we had “no interest” in Quwait.

        In the War in Afghanistan, we had set that up by supporting al Qaeda from its infancy; we formed the mujahideen (sp?) against the Soviets, just as we helped create ISIS. Bin Laden had nowhere near the operational capacity to do 9/11 alone, though he did have a larger plan, and he had help from both the FBI and CIA: https://truepundit.com/undercover-female-fbi-agent-infiltrated-al-qaeda-then-fbi-terminated-the-top-secret-operation-buried-incredible-intel-just-before-9-11/
        Great article!

        Took me 10 years to finally understand how fake 9/11 was – the report was the worst conspiracy theory the government had ever put out. Joseph Kofer Black anyone?
        “Mr. Black brought to this role his extensive background at the CIA, which he joined in 1974 and trained for covert operations. He rose rapidly through the ranks, becoming Director of the National Counterterrorism Center from 1999-2002. Coincidentally, this was the time in which Al Qaeda planned and carried out the 911 attack without hindrance from the counterintelligence apparatus of the intelligence community. But Black was not penalized, he failed upward, being appointed Ambassador at Large and Coordinator for Counter-terrorism by President George W. Bush in December 2002.”https://www.pacificpundit.com/2019/09/26/joseph-cofer-black-slimy-romney-2012-adviser-sits-on-burisma-board-of-directors/

        This crap gets deeper all the time. I wonder if we lost the Constitution in 2001, or if it had been ripped up decades before?

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    Jay Whitcraft - November 26, 2019

    This reminds me of “Laugh In” where the fake general talks behind the sign that said “ War is good business” or something like that. When 9-11 happened the general consensus in our shop was to use a tactical nuclear weapon in the 5-7 kiloton range in a populated region of where the attack was organized. Looking back, I wish we had done that. Think of the American lives saved.

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    Leo Smith - November 26, 2019

    Trump should have every advisor that colluded arrested and jailed. Then executed.

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    David Rhodes - November 27, 2019

    Tucker mentioned what Illary would have done as president; I would have thrown Jeb’s name in there as well. The entire establishment, which knows no party, has one goal and one goal only: Managed chaos. Whether it’s at our own borders, in our cities, in other countries, just look at what they are doing. Chaos. And they are making billions (from your labor) and spreading the wealth among their connected buddies. Heroin use was all but eliminated by 2000. Then we start a war with the country that produces the most heroin and what happened? Low and behold heroin is back and bigger than ever. Do you know how many banks (HSBC) are getting filthy rich of this chaos? And that’s just one of dozens of things I can mention. I share the prayer at the end of this story.

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