In response to a rocket attack against US forces in Iraq, the illegitimate regime attacked Iranian backed militia in Syria. How long until Iran, through its proxies, begins amping up attacks against the US and our allies after four years of “silence”?
Whether progressives want to admit it or not, under Pres Trump the US did not get into any fights. Sure there were a few surgical strikes but that was it because Trump had no intentions of getting into any more wars. As a matter of fact he did everything in his power to bring troops home which the warmongers surrounding him (Bolton, Mattis etc) were quite unhappy about.
Biden won't be sending desperate parents $2,000 checks. He will be sending body bags.
— thebradfordfile (@thebradfordfile) February 26, 2021
Under this new regime Americans should be prepared to see family members shipped out again to fight wars for the elites in DC and their ilk who profit from war. When it comes to war nothing dems do is “limited in scope”, there’s always escalation especially now. With Trump our enemies knew he would rain hell down on them so they kept low, but with this feeble, dementia ridden, old kook you can be sure the US will be in new wars, and/or old ones will be reignited.
Exclusive: U.S. carries out airstrike against Iranian-backed militia target in Syria, officials say
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States on Thursday carried out an airstrike in Syria against a structure belonging to what it said were Iran-backed militia, two officials told Reuters, an apparent response to rocket attacks against U.S. targets in Iraq.
While the strike could be the first retaliatory moves by the United States following last week’s attacks, the move appeared to be limited in scope, potentially lowering the risk of escalation.
Also a decision to strike only in Syria and not in Iraq would give the Iraqi government some breathing room as it carries out its own investigation of a Feb. 15 attack that wounded Americans.
The officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the strike was approved by President Joe Biden. The Pentagon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.