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Obama is Invading Syria: 250 Troops Sent in to Back ISIS in Biggest Escalation Yet

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There were allegedly only 50 US troops in Syria before this.

This is a last-ditch effort to save ISIS on par with the Cruz-Kasich last-ditch effort to stop Trump.

Forever more, April 25th will be celebrated as “Last-Ditch Day.”

President Barack Obama announced Monday an additional 250 special operations forces will be sent to Syria in the coming weeks in a speech in Hannover, Germany, in an effort to stem the influence and spread of ISIS.

“Just as I approved additional support for Iraqi forces against ISIL, I’ve decided to increase U.S. support for local forces fighting ISIL in Syria, a small number of special operations forces are already on the ground in Syria and their expertise has been critical as local forces have driven ISIL out of key areas,” Obama said, using another acronym for the jihadist group.

By “ISIL” he means “ISIS” – he tries to be edgy by calling it the wrong name, he’s been doing this for years – but what he actually means is “Assad” and “Russia.”

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They are trying to provoke a war with Russia. And probably, they will.

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State Department Never Heard of Obama’s “No Boots on the Ground” in Syria

There’s confusion in Washington over the US president’s order to send an extra 250 troops to Syria. Barack Obama had repeatedly pledged to avoid putting boots on the ground – although according to the State Department, that’s not the case. cont with Video DS

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