Well, this sure throws a twist in things, huh?

In a report that is sure to be considered blockbuster news, the rebels told Dale Gavlak, a reporter who has written for the Associated Press, NPR and BBC, they are responsible for the chemical attack last week.
Gavlak is a Middle Eastern journalist who filed the report about the rebels claiming responsibility on the Mint Press News website, which is affiliated with AP.
In that report allegedly the rebels told him the chemical attack was a result of mishandling chemical weapons.
This news should deflate the accusations, against theAssad regime, coming from the U.S., Britain, France and the Arab League.
Since the chemical attacks last week, the Assad government was immediately blamed. On Monday, Secretary of State John Kerry said: That Assad’s guilt was “a judgment already clear to the world,” according to theguardian.com.
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9 Responses to Well, this sure throws a twist in things, huh?

  1. Neil R says:

    Doesn’t fit the administration’s narrative, this is the last we’ll hear of this angle on the story.
    Or, the amazing O will just let this story die out by saying it’s up to Congress.
    They don’t come back in session until the 9th, plenty of time for some new smoke and new mirrors to be delivered to the White House press room and then the newest diversion can be rolled out for us all to see and marvel at

  2. Ken says:

    There is hacked email from January that talked about our gov’mt involved in setting this up. i don’t have the link but i will post it as soon as I find it again.

  3. Semper Fi, 0321 says:

    At this stage of the game, we all need to keep an open mind. This gov’t has shown itself to be starting wars for big business corporations for the last century and nothing has changed.
    Read USMC Gen. Smedley Butlers’s “War is a Racket”, he blew the whistle in the 1930’s on gov’t and bankster corruption, nobody listened.
    Bottom line; all this is about the Federal Reserve and propping up the phony monopoly money we’ve been pushing on the rest of the world. We are on the verge of collapse and they’re doing anything they can to make it look like some foreigners started it, not the Fed.
    Word is out to prepare for a huge ‘false flag’ op to take the attention away from the plunging dollar and Federal Reserve debt collapse.
    Nothing evil surprises me anymore, especially from our Nobel Peace Prize winning POS-POTUS.

  4. Neil R says:

    I wish I could take credit for this but I heard it said by a truck driver calling in to the Andy Dean show the other night. He questioned how within a matter of days we could know with absolute certainty everything there is to know about a gas attack inside another country that we have very little to do with, while a year after the attack at our own installation in Benghazi we not only don’t know anything about what happened, by whom, or why (officially), our “leaders” have gone so far as to refer to it as a “bump in the road” and a “phony scandal”.

    If there’s anything phony, it’s the outrage from the nitwits in charge.
    Wonder if Charlie Rose would like to ask Hillary or John F Kerry just what exactly is the “Obama doctrine”?

  5. Glenn B says:

    A twist indeed.

    Fucked up if true that it was the rebels, even more fucked up if we were the ones who set it all up for our allies (yeah right) the Saudis to supply chemweaps to the rebels to make it look like it was Assad who set them off. Of course, in the eyes of the libturds, Obama will come out of it all smelling like god.

  6. Catfishbrody says:

    Here is a link to “War is a Racket”

  7. Struan Robertson says:

    Not having attended the Inculcation Centers @ Havard, Yale or Princeton but being a cum laude graduate (with honors) and alumnus of the University of Science, Music & Culture (USMC), I fail to see the downside to our sworn enemies killing each other. Rather, they should be encouraged to continue and materially aided in their holy endeavors to the limits of our supply capabilities.

    The Teaching Moment Takeaway here (and they’ve been showing us for years) is that if they’ll do these things to each other, to their co-religionists, to their countrymen, to their neighbors, men, women & children – what would they not do to us, given the chance?

    Then consider – there’s not one city, one state or geographical area in the United States that does not harbor Muslims in considerable numbers.

  8. Buck says:

    You all need to read this. Then and only then, will you understand there is nothing, and I mean NOTHING, you can do about anything that is happening in this crazy world we live. We are nothing but slaves.

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