He built a house of cards. At the top was selling out America’s heroic Kurds to ethnic cleansing. The next card was stealing the Kurds’ homeland to divide between Syria and Turkey. One card was releasing the worst ISIS fighters, and another betrayal card is giving Russia foothold in the Middle East. The question becomes, did Donald Trump build it, or did someone else? Ask Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
The House Speaker came down hard on Donald Trump in an early-morning tweet. She pointed out that POTUS came up with a “sham ceasefire” and that he “sent a dangerous message:”
‘@realDoonaldTrump is flailing. Reversing sanctions against Turkey for brutally attacking our Kurdish partners in exchange for a sham ceasefire seriously undermines the credibility of America’s foreign policy and sends a dangerous message to our allies and adversaries alike.’
Certainly, Trump was the one who pulled the pivotal card out from the other balanced cards which caused the full betrayal of the U.S. to collapse. He did it with one phone call, but think about it. Is the former leader of the free world smart enough to have created such a catastrophic series of events? Maybe, all he did was make the crucial call, but listen to him. He always tells people in advance of what he has planned.
Yesterday, he announced that the Turks had to “clean out” the Kurds from their homeland. That was the very definition of “ethnic cleansing.”
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