Latest ISIS Attack Exposes Warmongering Media

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Latest ISIS Attack Exposes Warmongering Media
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Latest ISIS Attack Exposes Warmongering Media
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An ISIS suicide bomber recently killed 4 Americans and 15 others in Syria. The attack comes nearly one month after President Trump announced a withdrawal of US troops from the country. Media personalities across the 24-hour news networks used the tragedy as an excuse to attack President Trump, essentially acting as cheerleaders for the Islamic State.

The narrative being pushed throughout the media claims the attack somehow “proves” ISIS is still dangerous enough to justify keeping US troops in the country indefinitely. This is an outrageous claim, being promoted by individuals with ulterior motives. The fact that it took ISIS 29 days after President Trump’s announcement to launch an attack, which was carried out by a lone individual, clearly demonstrates the weakness of the terrorist organization.

When the US began its operations against ISIS, the terror group was killing with impunity. They were uploading endless videos of their carnage online, while controlling enormous areas of land. The horrors of war continue to unfold across Syria and Iraq, but it’s undeniable that enormous progress has been made combating the terror group.

If anything, the latest attack in Syria shows why US troops should be withdrawn from the region. These wars in the Middle East can only be won by the people who live there. The United States greatly assisted in the fight against ISIS, but it is not the responsibility of our soldiers to continue fighting other people’s wars forever. As long as the US keeps troops in Syria, they will be exposed to similar attacks.

The United States has been fighting ISIS for over four years in Syria. The first known record of American troops fighting on the ground in Syria occurred in July of 2014, as part of a hostage rescue operation, when ISIS controlled vast territories inside of Syria. ISIS is no longer in control of large areas inside of Syria, and it’s not the obligation of the United States to kill every single remaining ISIS fighter in the country.

While the average taxpayer has nothing to gain from keeping troops in Syria, plenty of wealthy investors do. This is the reason so many in the media are attacking the president’s decision. War isn’t about winning or losing to some people, it’s about profiting.

The Global War on Terror has already cost American taxpayers nearly 6 trillion dollars. To help provide some context for that number, the entire US housing market is currently worth about 30 trillion dollars.  Clearly, many individuals have a lot to gain from perpetuating endless war in the Middle East. While some profit, the war costs our soldiers their lives and limbs.

Although many in the media have been busy helping ISIS push their absurd narrative of renewed strength, President Trump is not backing down from his decision to withdraw troops from the Middle East. Senator Rand Paul met with the president after the attack in Syria, and says the president remains committed to bringing the troops home. In a tweet after his meeting with the president, Senator Paul said he has never been more proud of President Trump.

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