Americans, have become the “bad guys.” 

While many people’s attention was focused on the impeachment breaking news stories, the despicable coward Trump was meeting with Turkey’s despot Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and apparently okaying a full-on offensive against our former friends and allies the Kurd’s. NBC chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel confirmed last night that Turkey indeed had launched a new offensive against the Kurds in Northern Syria, Engel hashtagged his update with #AmericanBetrayal.

“Massive attacks underway against the Kurds in northern Syria. No ceasefire. Total nonsenses there is,” Engel reported.

Donald Trump originally greenlighted the first attacks against the Kurds during a phone call with Turkish dictator Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. This action resulted in may innocent women and children being murdered, it also released many Daesh (ISIS) terrorist fighters back into the population.

“US military officials tell me they are ashamed, ‘sickened.’ It’s cold now outside. What about the families, and kids, out of their homes?” he wondered.

Of course, Trump praised Erdoğan during a White House visit on Thursday.

Richard Engel had this sobering assessment, “The more I talk to sources, the more I’m hearing America’s betrayal of the Kurds, and the humiliation, misogynistic squashing” of US ambassador in Ukraine for political motivations makes people think, we, Americans, have become the “bad guys.”  Hearing it was a gut punch.

3 thoughts on “Americans, have become the “bad guys.” 

  1. Better believe nobody trusts America ….that’s unlikely to ever change

    Thus trump has confirmed his place as Putins pet rat

    Hope you’re all proud of the fucker, what he does is seen as the voice of the country >>>this means YOU<<<

    Hang your heads in shame


  2. Yes, it only takes a few years to trash a noble history


  3. One of the ways we have become the bad guys is the action of the President the Navy Seal, Gallager. The photo of Gallager showing off with the dead combatant is like a big game hunter posing beside his trophy big game kill. At the least it is showing poor judgement, it offensive, and against the military code of conduct.

    Imagine the disgust of Americans seeing a photo of an enemy combatant posing proudly next to one of our dead soldiers. Our military would be demanding blood.


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