The news is all over the place and the “leaders” didn’t even try to hide the inconsistencies or the absurdities. Is it in the same line as: “Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter were deliberately poisoned by a nerve agent, UK police say, significantly increasing the likelihood that a foreign state was behind the attack”?
One publication states: “No response to the suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria is off the table, according to President Donald Trump’s homeland security adviser”. Did the attack happened or is it suspected to have happened?
Another network chimes: “Trump tweets ‘big price’ after reports of Syrian chemical attack. No response to the suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria is off the table, according to President Donald Trump’s homeland security adviser”.
Yet another claims: Russia is warning the U.S. against any “military intervention” in Syria over the government’s alleged chemical attack against civilians this weekend, saying any such response would be “unacceptable” and lead to the “most serious consequences”. The foreign ministry in Moscow also says in a statement on its website that allegations of the chemical attack are “fabricated”, suggesting the claims were invented by rebel forces and the Syrian Civil Defense known as the White Helmets. “It is necessary to warn again that military intervention under invented and fabricated pretexts in Syria, where at the request of the lawful government there are Russian military personnel, is absolutely unacceptable and can lead to the most serious consequences”, the statement reads. “The aim of these false speculations, that have no basis, is to shield the terrorists and the irreconcilable radical opposition, who reject a political solution, at the same time while trying to justify possible armed strikes from outside”.
And why do Russia and the US have to fight in Syria, why not fight in their respective countries?