No matter what President Donald Trump does, Democrats will accuse him of being in cahoots with Russian President Vladimir Putin. That is not likely to change, even with President Trump’s latest action.
The United States is furious about Russia and Syria’s bombardment of the eastern Ghouta region of Syria that has murdered countless innocent people.
No More Games.
United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley warned on Monday that America “remains prepared to act if we must,” if the U.N. Security Council doesn’t, Reuters reported.
The United States has demanded that the Security Council call for, and enforce, a 30-day ceasefire in Damascus and eastern Ghouta.
It is in Ghouta that Syrian forces, backed by Iran and Russia, claim that they are fighting terrorists but are slaughtering innocent civilians along with the rebels.
Approximately 1,160 people have been murdered in the onslaught since Feb. 18 as Syrian President Bashar al-Assad works to destroy the last rebel stronghold and end the rebellion against his brutal, dictatorial regime.
Not The Path We Prefer.
Ambassador Haley expressed to the U.N. that fighting is not America’s first choice, but it will be forced to step in if the slaughter of innocent men, women and children continues.
“It is not the path we prefer, but it is a path we have demonstrated we will take, and we are prepared to take again,” she said. “When the international community consistently fails to act, there are times when states are compelled to take their own action.”
Ambassador Haley was referring to a United States strike on a Syrian air base last year after it was determined that Assad had used chemical weapons against his own people.
The Assad regime is backed by Putin and Russia, and President Trump has taken a hardline stance against them.
But the truth is that it won’t change the mind of Democrats.
Democrats and their followers need to believe that President Trump only won the 2016 presidential election because of Russia’s help in order to keep what is left of their sanity.