Why The U.S. Is Staying In Syria After ISIS Is Defeated

ISIS has been virtually defeated, and instead of leaving the sovereign nation of Syria, which it is illegally invading, the United States plans to stick around until ISIS 2.0 is created… Why isn’t anyone talking about this?!

You won’t hear about it from the mainstream media, but every time the Syrian Army drives ISIS out of one of its major strongholds, there are reports of American weapons being discovered.

ISIS troops have reportedly been found with drones, machine guns, armored vehicles, Humvees, and a host of other weapons. But if you have been paying attention, this shouldn’t come as a surprise…

Over the last few years, the U.S. has been caught airdropping weapons directly to ISIS, and the Pentagon mysteriously misplaced over $1 BILLION in weapons and equipment that were supposed to go to some of the same Syrian rebel groups who went on to join ISIS after receiving training from the United States.

The Pentagon was also caught paying a PR firm $540 million to create fake terrorist videos to convince you that the so-called Islamic State group was more powerful than it actually was.

Now the U.S. is saying it needs to stay in Syria just in case ISIS 2.0 forms, which is incredibly telling coming from the same government that helped to arm, train and protect the original ISIS in the first place.

It’s important to remember… The United States invaded Syria long before ISIS came to power. The original mission was to overthrow Syrian President Bashar as-Assad, and it was only when the American people spoke out against that mission in 2013 that the government realized it needed a new boogeyman terrorist group in order to put fear back in the hearts of Americans.

When you start questioning the narrative, you have the power to influence the minds of those around you. When it comes the United States’ foreign policy in Syria, the hypocrisy is glaring and the war crimes are abundant, and that is something everyone should be talking about.

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Rachel Blevins is a journalist who aspires to break the left/right paradigm in media and politics by pursuing truth and questioning existing narratives.

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