April 17, 2018

Dr. Gorka: Debunking “false flag” claims about Trump's strike on Syria

Sebastian GorkaRebel Contributor


Here's why it is so critical that Donald Trump struck war criminal Bashar Al-Assad — and why in doing so he has indeed put America first.

I also debunk the heinous claims by some of his supporters that this was a false flag operation.

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commented 2018-04-22 21:32:56 -0400
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cruaAIZBCwg
Interview with Druze Syrian who lives in Damascus

I said in a previous post, “I pinned hopes on Trump.”
So did this Syrian.
commented 2018-04-18 22:46:12 -0400
Trump is under heavy pressure not to be seen as a Russian ‘agent’ – or stooge, or tool, etc. That is why he went for the limited bombing. Trump knows, as does everyone who reads a variety of sources and thinks independently, that Assad has never used chemical weapons.
commented 2018-04-18 13:34:05 -0400
At least he’s listening to the various concerns raised in the alternative media. My concern is how good is the intelligence Trump is getting? The shadow government has infiltrated the intelligence community (an other agencies) so completely how do if he’s getting good info?
commented 2018-04-18 11:13:52 -0400
I’m more than a little concerned that the globalists are already running the show. I pinned hopes on Trump. I’m not feeling confident.
commented 2018-04-18 10:26:49 -0400
Now Trump is saying he may reconsider the TPP. Don’t forget that the TPP is about a heck of a lot more than the economy. It is global governance. I think Trump was as good as it gets and he has realized that he will be stopped from any of the agenda that people supported him for. I think it has been made clear to him, possibly with the help of some threat, that he must fall in line. Trump has been brought to heel.
Gorka’s outrage is very revealing.

If one of the motives for attacking Syria AGAIN, was to prove Putin wasn’t as big as he made himself sound, it worked. Its probably the only honest result of this whole farse.
commented 2018-04-18 09:14:45 -0400
One thing I am sure of, Putin has egg on his KGB face and that is a good thing.
commented 2018-04-17 22:16:46 -0400
Good to see Sebastian back. For a while I thought he parted ways with the rebel.
commented 2018-04-17 22:14:33 -0400
I agree Tammie that is messed.
commented 2018-04-17 22:01:13 -0400
Liza, I was more concerned with Khalid giving an award to Amin El-Maoued, the head of public relations at the Palestine House, on behalf of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
commented 2018-04-17 21:43:40 -0400
Tammie it makes perfect sense for Palestinian Archbishop Atallah Hanna to say or even authentically support Assad, considering how the lines are currently drawn.
A Palestinian Archbishop is someone Khalid should be distancing herself and Canada from, but not because he supposedly supports Assad.
commented 2018-04-17 21:37:03 -0400
Its hard for me to reserve judgment on Trump when it seems pretty clear that Assad is not behind the gas attacks. If I didn’t believe that, it would be easier. I think he has been co opted. The result of this, works for the U.S. but that doesn’t make it moral. If I don’t believe Assad is behind gas attacks then I have to believe its the Rebels/ISIS, and blaming the wrong guy won’t make chemical attacks stop.

Trump says he won’t take out Assad(regime change) but he is going to let Turkey do it for him(them). The goal is to get Assad out. It has been since the early 2000’s.
Who funded and funds ISIS? The Sunni Saudis, those guys cosying up to Trump, and globalists.
Russia and Assad did more to push ISIS back than the U.S. who funded the ‘good rebels’. Globalists want perpetual war and the stage is set for that now, as long as Assad is pinned as the monster Gorka describes.
This is about a power struggle, a pipeline and access to the European market. not about saving children from chemical attacks. If it were they wouldn’t be blaming Assad and covering up evidence.

Tammie I appreciate your measured approach, but I can’t do it anymore.
commented 2018-04-17 21:00:27 -0400
Liza, IMO there is so much Trump cannot reveal at this time. Things will become clearer.
There is a deep state component to all this as well. Think about who created/funded ISIS in Syria and allowed it to expand….Trump also had to address this.

I would suggest reserving judgement on Trump.
commented 2018-04-17 20:27:55 -0400
Did the strike by the U.S. destroy conclusive evidence? Why didn’t they wait for investigators results before they bombed? I’m not crazy about bullying premised on a lie. Nobody has the time or inclination to get international sources to cross check and base opinions on information. We just take what we are told.
Trump said he wasn’t going to go after Assad shortly after he got elected, then BOOM. Then Trump said he was pulling out of Syria, just what, a week and a half ago? Then BOOM.
I’m off the Trump train. It looks like it makes no difference who gets elected. He was brought to heel pretty quick. The globalists will have their way one way or the other. Disgusting, and dangerous.
God bless America indeed. The entire free world is going to need all the prayers they can get with the globalists in charge.
commented 2018-04-17 20:00:28 -0400
Thank you Dr. Gorka. I have never lost faith in Donald J. Trump as I hope the stark contrast between him and Jihadi Justin will lead to the demise of the Lieberal Gov’t in Ottawa. The fake stream media I’m sure is beside themselves with trying to pin something on the U.S. Administration. I’m confident Americans will see through the hype which will fail. God Bless America! (from a Canadian)
commented 2018-04-17 19:55:38 -0400
There sure are a lot of people from every corner who do not buy the ‘official’ narrative. Had Flynn not been kicked out by the deep state (no tin foil hat required) this would never have flown.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTtAm0OHW24
Republican Virginia State Senator Richard Black discusses the latest “chemical attack”

Of course gassing civilians is immoral. So is blaming the incorrect culprits.
I take no ones word. I want proof.
The Americans are not showing any proof.
I trust no president.
There may be strategic reasons for this being a good outcome for the U.S. however, it is disingenuous to put this on Assad, or the last attack either.

That is one heck of a lot of protesting and threatening anyone who doesn’t buy in, with accusations of being anti American. That sends up a bunch of flags up for me. Sorry Gorka.
commented 2018-04-17 18:56:53 -0400
The left will never acknowledge or accept the truth. They will also fight everything the true conservatives do and say no matter if it makes sense or is the truth, just to be on the other side.
Lefties don’t have their heads buried in the sand, they have their heads buried in shite all the way up to their shoulders.
commented 2018-04-17 18:36:11 -0400
The Left is clinging at straws again. They cannot they accept the truth, how embarrassing for them.
commented 2018-04-17 18:17:07 -0400
Big fan you are doing a great job…your everywhere. The Rebel is lucky to have you as a contributor. How is Laura? That was quite the exchange. You were right the laughing was not necessary.