Tucker Carlson recently exposed the latest regime change propaganda regarding Syria.
On “Tucker Carlson Tonight”, Carlson covered the explosive OPCW report which debunked several talking points concerning the alleged chemical gas attack in Douma, Syria in April 2018. This chemical attack led to the U.S. government and its allies launching airstrikes on Damascus.
Now there are new allegations surfacing that could have the U.S. government launching a new series of airstrikes in Syria.
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) is an international chemical weapons watchdog group which cooperated with the UN to investigate the alleged Sarine and chlorine gas attack sites in Syria. Now a leaked document could blow this regime change narrative wide open.
“Now a leaked document shows there was good reason to be skeptical.”
Another chemical attack claim near Idlib has caused the U.S. State Department to investigate this matter. In an official statement, the U.S. State Department promised to respond quickly and appropriately” in the case that Assad’s government is responsible for using banned weapons.
In a segment with Democratic presidential contender Tulsi Gabbard, the presidential hopeful told Carlson that the leaked document raises major doubts about the official narrative surrounding both Douma and Idlib. Gabbard is currently reaching out to the UN and OPCW for answers.
Tucker agreed with Gabbard’s assessment of current and past Syria chemical attack claims. He stated that “I’m beginning to suspect that we’re being played here.”
The OPCW has confirmed the leaked document’s authenticity and now argues that the official story to justify the U.S. coalition air strike is dubious at best, saying that “In summary, observations at the scene of the two locations, together with subsequent analysis, suggest that there is a higher probability that both cylinders were manually placed at those two locations rather than being delivered from aircraft.”
In recent months, the Trump administration has been under pressure from neoconservative interests from within his administration to get in some form of intervention, whether it be in Iran or Venezuela.
Now, regime change agents are trying to get Trump mired into a conflict in Syria.
So far, the Trump administration has maintained its course and not fallen for the interventionist crowd’s schemes.