Dem Rep. blasted for demanding evidence for Syria chem attack

Interestingly, the attack came in the aftermath of a trip by traitor Senator John McCain to meet with groups known to associate with radical jihadist factions in Syria, at a time when the United States government has been engulfed in a power struggle between different political factions who disagree strongly over what should be appropriate policy in regards to the Syrian civil war. Evidence Calls Western Narrative About Syrian Chemical Attack Into Question

The nerve! Asking for evidence is unpatriotic!

Just saying so isn’t evidence! We are getting more like Israel everyday.

Wolf Blitzer asked Gabbard if she didn’t believe the President, the secretary of state and Pentagon officials, all of whom came to the same conclusion: that Assad’s regime was responsible. Gabbard mentioned the previous invasion of Iraq, and the intelligence that suggested Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, which turned out to be false. “So, yes, I’m skeptical,” she said.

On CNN’s “Situation Room,” hosted by Zionist Jew Wolf Blitzer, Gabbard said in response to a question about intelligence showing Assad is to blame for the attack, “Last time I checked, Wolf, Congress had the authority and responsibility for declaring war, for authorizing the use of military force, so whether the president or the Pentagon or the secretary of state says that they have the evidence, the fact remains that they have not brought that evidence before Congress, they have not brought that evidence before the American people and they have not sought authorization from Congress to launch this military attack on another country.”

Many on both sides of the political aisle immediately attacked Gabbard for her comments made on CNN and elsewhere.

3 thoughts on “Dem Rep. blasted for demanding evidence for Syria chem attack

  1. Do you know where in the Quran it says that gunk about a martyr getting 72 virgins when he gets to heaven? Been reading the Quran, looking for that statement and can’t find it, only some vague reference about warriors getting their reward in Paradise?

    Besides the (((MSM))), the only place where that statement is made is the 1998 movie, “The Siege,” about Muslims–naturally–blowing blowing up NYC buildings. In one scene, the ‘terrorist’ is doing his ablutions and explaining to his GOY girlfriend that he’ll get 70 virgins in Paradise—guess 72 virgins sounds more sinister.

    Also in that movie, the WTC Twins are featured in the background EIGHT different times, as if someone knew something.

    • The “72 virgins” is a metaphor for the inhabitants in heaven who are pure, untouched. Angels have a lower station than us if we were to make it that high of station in heaven. They are pure beings, untouchable. Servants of man in heaven. ‘Man’ used in the dominant sense but it means women too. Wo-man. Like Jesus says in the bible: “we will not hold the same relationships that we do on earth. Our existence will be quite different from what we are used to here.”

      I laugh at the people who use the 72 virgin literally. They have no clue about spiritual matters!
      Read this for a more detailed and BETTER explanation

      You are reading the Quran! Mashallah! Make SURE to read the book translated to English by Abdallah Ali Yousef. He is of beautiful mind and reading his commentaries throughout gave me the deeper understanding. Takes a long time to read the Quran this way! I doubt I would have become Muslim any other way.
      Read From Jalaluddin Rumi, also, the Persian scholar and poet who is the opposite of Wahhabi which is so indoctrinated in Mainstream Muslims, as I call them. I lean towards the Sufi path to Islam

      It was a long and spiritual journey for me, glad tidings for yours! Islam is a wonderment beyond all others for truth seekers, which you are!
      PS— I am not assuming a conversion here, but everyone can use some guidance in research of anything:-)

  2. Which chapters of the Qur’an are a good introduction to Islam for non-Muslims?
    “For the literary/creative/artistic personality: “Joseph” or “Yusuf” ( is the story of Joseph, but it follows a very literary pattern of wrapping then unwrapping of the chapter — it starts with a dream, and ends with the fulfillment of the dream before delving into an epilogue. Cat Stevens cites this as the Chapter that convinced him to convert and hence named himself “Yusuf Islam”.

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