Is Russia’s President Putin In Charge Of US Military In Syria?

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Gronda Morin

GENERAL VOTEL (R)/ (DOD photo by Erin A. Kirk-Cuomo)

Dear Republicans, How do you lose a reliable voting bloc like the US Military? You have the Russian President Vladimir Putin dressing down a US military leader for insubordination for daring to question President Trump’s actions abroad. It is becoming so painfully obvious that Russia is clueless about the US culture and laws.

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On July 25, 2018, Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty published the following report, “Pentagon Reluctant To Work With Russian Military On Syrian Refugees”

U.S. military leaders are expressing reluctance to work with the Russian military following a White House agreement with the Kremlin to discuss working together to help Syrian refugees return home, drawing an angry response from Moscow.

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“U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on July 24 that, at least for now, there will be no cooperation with Russia on…

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6 thoughts on “Is Russia’s President Putin In Charge Of US Military In Syria?

  1. It just makes me sick… All the #45 & Russia crap… Literally — it makes me sick to my stomach. No book with this scenario would have ever been published — it would have been too far fetched. Yet here we are. (Shakes head.) I think I’ll hide for the weekend. Hugs.

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    1. It feels like we have enough evidence to remove Trump but to do that Americans have to accept the insult to our national sense of invulnerability: Russia successfully attacked us and weakened us for years to come. I think most Americans want this squalid presidency to end but we don’t want to face the humiliation of just how badly we were played.

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      1. Some of this is the result of the nature of the attack. It’s psychological and it incorporates strategies that make you doubt what you see and what you know almost instinctively is true.

        The Idea is for Russia to win the war before the enemy is aware of it.

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      2. Yes… I grew up with that kind of mental attack. In youth I tried to live down to it (what my mother wanted others to think of me), because it seemed like what I was expected to be and therefore what I was supposed to be. It took extreme situations to open my eyes. I hope the same does not prove true of our people and our country — that they’ll awaken without extreme situations. (Although it’s already pretty extreme…)

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