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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Obama warned ISIS he was going to bomb them

Yes, I am that Damn Good
  • I have Blogged over and over that the "war" against ISIS has been a dog and pony show fraud.  Now I have been proved right yet again.
  • Seven paragraphs into the Fox News story below the truth of the ISIS war is there for all to see. But this fraud will not be the headline on the government controlled American TV or in the newspapers.

(Fox News)  -  On the same day of the French air strikes, the U.S. military destroyed 116 ISIS fuel trucks Sunday in Abu Kamal, Syria in the Euphrates River basin near the Syrian-Iraq border, according to the latest strike report from the U.S. Central Command released Monday.
A military official with knowledge of the strikes said that recently-arrived U.S. Air Force A-10 Warthogs from Incirlik Air Base, in Turkey, carried out the strikes on the fuel farm.
(Editor - Here starts paragraph seven of the original story. This part should have been the headline.)
The official said previously the fuel trucks were off limits to U.S. military strike aircraft. When asked if the Paris attacks would bring about a change in the U.S. military’s rules of engagement, the official said that the truck drivers were warned first before the bombs fell. 
“We dropped leaflets, warning the drivers to scatter,” said an official who had been briefed on the strike.  “Next we strafed the area [with 30mm cannons] before the dropping bombs” from the warthogs.
The official said separately that F-15E Strike Eagles, which arrived to Incirlik late last week, participated in their first strikes against the Islamic State over the weekend, separate from the attack against the fuel farm.
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