Because you won't find it in the "mainstream" media

For years the US has been funding and arming Syrian jihadists in a campaign to overthrow the Syrian government. These fighters are allied with al-Qaeda – the same people who took down the World Trade Center on 9/11. And the propaganda in the "mainstream" media supporting their cause has been relentless.

When "news" of a "poison gas attack" hit the headlines, no one in the media raised questions – and there were plenty to raise. Even though a well-known expert at MIT debunked the "evidence," it wasn't reported in the Establishment media – and so Trump bombed.

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