The White House’s national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, made the audacious claim that President Joe Biden’s recent strikes across Syria, Yemen, and Iraq are efforts to “prevent war.” Sullivan spouted this preposterous idea on State of the Union, attempting to spin the strikes as a peacekeeping mission. What a load of malarkey!
According to Sullivan, the recent airstrike spree was a response to over 150 attacks on U.S. military in the region since Oct. 7. He conveniently left out that three brave service members were tragically killed in the attack on the Syria-Iraq border. It’s clear that the Biden administration is more focused on appeasing international aggressors than protecting our own troops.
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Sullivan had the nerve to claim that the United States is not seeking a wider war in the Middle East and that the president is only looking to defend our interests and troops. But his veiled threats of future action reveal the true intentions behind these strikes. Talk about doublespeak!
And get this – Sullivan wouldn’t even spill the beans on what kind of further actions the president might take or where he’ll target next. It’s like they’re playing a game of hide and seek with the American people. What are they hiding?
Now, let’s talk about the United States and the U.K. teaming up to hit 36 Iran-backed Houthi rebel targets in Yemen. It’s heartening to see these two allies working together. The joint mission was the third of its kind, and U.S. forces also took out six missiles in Yemen. The U.S. Central Command swooped in to destroy those bad boys, apparently to protect against potential threats to Navy ships.
In sum, the Biden administration’s attempts to spin these strikes as peacekeeping efforts are as believable as a unicorn sighting. The reality is that they’re playing a dangerous game with our national security, and it’s time for the American people to see through the smoke and mirrors.