Tuesday, April 11, 2017

TUESDAY Security Update: Fact Checking Obama's Phony Legacy

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Fact Checking Obama's Phony Legacy

The Obama administration misled the American people, and Bashar Assad's apparent recent sarin gas attack has made this impossible to ignore. Arguably, the Post is not willingly covering Obama's tarnished legacy. Rather, it has been backed into a corner by world events.

Obama in 2015: "Assad Gave Up His Chemical Weapons...Those Have Been Eliminated"

Susan Rice was awarded four Pinocchios by the Washington Post's "Fact checker" column on Monday for saying in an NPR interview, "We were able to get the Syrian government to voluntarily and verifiably give up its chemical weapons stockpile."

While the media may quote experts on both sides, they do far more to portray Islam as peaceful, suggesting opponents focusing on facts and citing chapter and verse are somehow Islamophobic for doing so.

On April 5, the same day as the Syrian chemical attack against civilians in the Khan Sheikhoun district of Idlib, the Syrian delegate to the United Nations Disarmament Commission accused Israel of "intolerable and immoral" practices of introducing "nuclear terrorism, chemical, biological and radioactive terrorism" into the region.

On April 3rd a suicide bomber's device exploded on a railway train as it was traveling from the Sennaya Square to the Technology Institute station in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Making the only moral choice and protecting the U.S. vital interests, President Trump ordered the first direct U.S. attack on Syria in six years, in response to Syrian President Assad's use of a sarin gas nerve-agent on his own people and the images of little children dying and foaming at the mouth, on April 6th.

Should the United States make a dramatic change to its nuclear deterrent and unilaterally reduce its nuclear deterrent by one-third? Would the US still be able to maintain an adequate deterrence against our nuclear armed adversaries?

Eli Lake set off a firestorm in the US this week with his revelation that in the last six months of the Obama administration, Susan Rice requested that the US intelligence community enable her to use foreign intelligence collection as a means of gathering information about Donald Trump's advisers.

The attack on Syria's Shayrat airbase has been widely reported as "sending a message" not only to the Bashar al-Assad regime and its Iranian and Russian backers, but to N. Korea and China...The strong action by President Trump also sent a signal domestically, which the mainstream media has been very slow to hear.

Congressional Democrats and the mainstream media consider it gospel truth that all 17 U.S. intelligence agencies unanimously concluded that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election to help Donald Trump win.

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Monday's (April 10th)White House Daily Briefing: Press Secretary Sean Spicer


Confused by fake news? Get the real story here: Sean Spicer full press briefing.

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