Including ones at which Russian troops are stationed
The United States is planning to target as many as 70 different sites in Syria, including some at which Russian soldiers are stationed, a source close to the Department of Defense has told Infowars.
President Donald Trump’s response to the chemical weapons attack in Douma is set to be far bigger than last year’s air strike on a single Syrian air base.
With the UK, France, Israel and Saudi Arabia all prepared to take part in a massive air assault, the ramifications could shift the balance of the entire region and allow jihadist rebels to gain the upper hand once again.
According to the source, evidence provided by the controversial White Helmets group, which some have linked to jihadist groups in the region, will be used to justify the attack.
The source added that Trump wasn’t supposed to tweet about the air strikes. Earlier today, Trump tweeted, “Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and “smart!” You shouldn’t be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!”
Indications that #Syria strikes imminent:
•Trump announced decision
•US, French military movement
•Assad, Hezbollah clearing airbases
•Few Airlines who fly over Syria changing routes
•UNSC option failed
•Israel on alert
— Joyce Karam (@Joyce_Karam) April 11, 2018
He followed up with another tweet in which he called on the…