After the atrocities committed in Syria, President Donald Trump said, “Something should happen.”
See, our president will never support terrorism of any kind, against any group of innocent people, and he is a leader who will ACT when necessary.
He doesn’t waste any time when it comes to combating evil, and that’s one of the reasons he belongs in the White House.
After Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad launched a chemical attack that registers as one of the most horrid attacks in recent memory, Trump reacted strongly, saying:
“I think what Assad did is terrible. I think what happened in Syria is one of the truly egregious crimes. It shouldn’t have happened. It shouldn’t be allowed to happen.
I think what happened in Syria is a disgrace to humanity. He’s there, and I guess he’s running things, so something should happen.”
Less than 24 hours later and the U.S. is taking action:
According to NBC News, the U.S. military has launched more than 50 missiles aimed at Syria; 59 tomahawks, to be exact, some of which hit an airfield near Homs.
To clarify, no people were targeted with this strike, and one U.S. official said the Russians were warned ahead of the strike. Hence, no Russian assets were targeted, either.
Clearly, this was just one well-timed and well-deserved strike against evil. The only problem is that Russia’s UN envoy, Vladimir Safronkov said there’d be “negative consequences” if the U.S. did this:
“We have to think about negative consequences, negative consequences, and all the responsibility if military action occurred will be on shoulders of those who initiated such doubtful and tragic enterprise.”
Yeah, well, Trump isn’t about to let this stand.
Bashar al-Assad needs to be stopped and this is one message he definitely won’t miss.