Sean Spicer: The First Goal is to Destabilize Syria (what was he really telling us?)

by Scott Creighton

For years Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton flat out denied that “regime” change in Syria was their top priority. Back then, under the protection of left cover, they were all about “ISIS” and humanitarian intervention and stuff. Suggesting anything different back then meant you would be labeled a “conspiracy theorists” and chastised in polite circles or on social media as soon as the trolls got wind of you. It wasn’t until a couple years ago that they started to let it out a little that they “might” have “regime” change in mind.

And as we all know, the first stage of that program is destabilization.

Every now and then, when you put unpolished people in front of the cameras, a little bit of truth accidentally creeps out over here in the Shining City on the Hill. Like a thousand monkeys typing for a thousand years… eventually you’ll get a masterpiece. It’s the law of probability.

If the people who voted for Donald Trump wanted him to come in and be a D.C. disrupter, a real one, not a phony staged reality TV star version of that, well they got a little taste of it yesterday if they were paying attention.

When answering questions about the riff growing in the White House over how to move forward in Syria after the staged false flag PR event that was the “chemical weapons attack” last week, Sean got all tongue-tied trying to explain how the “Assad has to go!” faction and the “Assad can stay!” faction were really saying the same thing. ಠ_ಠ (yes, it’s an old dated meme but I like it)

Why don’t they just fire Nikki Haley and be done with it?

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