WEB Notes: Someone who supposedly wanted to pull our troops out of Syria, is now considering a military strike on Syria. All within a weeks times. Lies and deception my friends, lies and deception…
The US knew Israel was going to attack Syria. This was a coordinated move, if the US was against a strike on Syria they would have forced Israel to halt that attack. In the past, you may recall Israel considered attacking Iran and the US called that one off.
I feel Trump was trying to massage our ears with words we wanted to hear. To show you that he wants to remove our troops, but hey folks, Assad used chemical weapons and we just cannot stand for that.
Yet, there is not a shred of evidence that Assad (Syrian President) used chemical weapons against his own people, nor does the notion make any sense whatsoever. The globalists have tried using this tactic over and over again in Syria. There has been no investigation, yet Trump is ready to attack Syria?
Trump is not stupid, no one is that stupid.
He knows what he is doing and do not forget the family roots here.
Remember, the investigations in the past all proved the “rebels” (paid mercenaries)used chemical weapons, not Syria’s government. This is simply a tactic being used to allow escalated war in Syria and remove Assad from power in an effort to bring that nation into the current global structure. (Read: The Timeline of the Tribulation)
Scripture is playing out right in front of your eyes my friends. Damascus is nearly a ruinous heap and Isaiah 17:1 is slowly coming to pass.
President Donald Trump is threatening an imminent military strike against Syria, vowing to respond “forcefully” to Saturday’s apparent chemical weapons attack on civilians and warning that Russia or any other nation found to share responsibility will “pay a price.”
As he began a Monday evening meeting with military leaders at the White House, Trump promised to “make a decision tonight or very shortly thereafter.” He said: “We have a lot of options militarily, and we’ll be letting you know pretty soon. Probably after the fact.”
The White House sharply rejected any suggestion that Trump’s own words about pulling U.S. troops out of Syria had opened the door for the attack, which killed more than 40 people, including children.
Trump, asked at midday whether Russian President Vladimir Putin bore any responsibility for the weekend attack, responded: “He may, yeah, he may. And if he does it’s going to be very tough, very tough.” He added: “Everybody’s gonna pay a price. He will. Everybody will.”