‘Whose Sarin?’ Investigative Bombshell Questions Obama’s Case for Syria War

According to investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, President Obama’s declarations about what U.S. intelligence agencies knew about who was responsible for the use of sarin gas in Syria this summer were not based on rock solid evidence.

In fact, according to new reporting publish in the London Review of Books on Sunday, Hersh contends that Obama—like his predecessor George W. Bush did in the case of Iraq—Obama administration “cherry-picked intelligence” surrounding the chemical attack outside of Damascus in order “to justify a [military] strike against” against the regime of President Bashar al Assad.

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Although everybody already knows about the fictional “undeniable evidence” not presented by Obama/Kerry, this might serve as a reminder to those guys in the UN who are coming out again to falsely accuse Assad.

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