As they report on the latest developments in the ongoing Syrian regime change operation, CNN couldn't help but address elephant in the room... the dreaded "chemical weapons attack" false flag that Russian and Syrian authorities have been warning about for a month now.
"US officials have grown worried that an assault on Idlib could involve the use of chemical weapons if the rebels are able to slow regime advances.Syrian President Assad's regime has moved armed helicopters closer to Idlib in recent weeks, according to two defense officials. The US is concerned they could eventually be used to launch another chemical attack as well as a conventional assault.The day before Pompeo's warning, Lavrov told Western nations not to "play with fire" over Idlib and claimed the White Helmets, a group of unarmed volunteer rescue workers, were preparing to stage a chemical strike to blame on the Syrian government as a pretext for military action.
The Pentagon responded Friday, saying, "Russia has recently launched a concentrated disinformation campaign to discredit the United States and international partners and allies" and calling Lavrov's allegation about preparations for a staged chemical strike "absurd."" CNN
Russia started bombing terrorist positions in Idlib this morning ahead of what is expected to be a massive mop-up operation by the Syrian Arab Army. A massive number of troops, tanks and other heavy equipment are poised and ready to retake the territory back from our proxy al Qaeda-linked terrorists whom folks at CNN call "rebels"
The Russians and Syrians have been sharing detailed information about a pending false flag chemical weapons attack with the Americans and the United Nations Security Council for several weeks now.
CNN's propaganda seems to be making it very clear that if push comes to shove, the "rebels" may have to stage the provocation in order to give Trump and his Israeli owners the cover they need to launch a full scale invasion of a nation... to save al Qaeda.
Yeah. To save al Qaeda.
Anybody else remember Sept. 11th 2001 or is simply mentioning that date considered in bad taste these days?