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Howard Dean said Tulsi should not be in congress: Howard Dean shouldn't be a Democrat

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Howard Dean said that Representative Tulsi Gabbard should not be in congress because she is skeptical of claims that Assad ordered the recent chemical attack on civilians in Syria.

Peter Ford, ex UK Ambassador to Syria, expressed his doubts in this interview:

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-04-07/ex-uk-ambassador-syria-questions-chemical-attack-it-doesnt-make-sense-assad-not-mad

Wolf Blitzer made a strange assertion while interviewing Rep. Gabbard, "The pentagon has photos of Syrian planes dropping chemical bombs in the region at the time of the attack."  How would a photo show what was inside the bomb? The pentagon has not claimed that it has a photo of the impact of a chemical bomb on the ground.  What is the difference between, 'in the region,' and, ' the exact location of the chemical attack?' 

http://www.cnn.com/2017/04/09/politics/democratic-leaders-gabbard-syria/index.html

It is also possible that the White Helmet group could have left the bombs in a manner in which they would activate in the event of being bombed.

It is possible that Assad ordered the attack, even though, by doing so, he didn't have anything to gain, and he has everything to lose.

It is possible that the doctor at the nearby hospital who was present when a flood of chemical attack victims poured in is just expert at multi tasking: he live streamed on  FB, and tweeted, tweeting, 'we are overwhelmed with victims.  There are hundreds of victims of a chemical attack and we are overwhelmed.  If you don't believe me, pm me, and I'll send you proof." 

It is odd that he had time for so much social media work during a crisis.

Representative Gabbard is not the only one to have doubts:

 “It’s hard to know exactly what’s happening in Syria right now. I’d like to know specifically how that release of chemical gas, if it did occur — and it looks like it did — how that occurred,” Representative Thomas Massie told CNN’s Kate Bolduan. 

 “Because frankly, I don’t think Assad would have done that. It does not serve his interests. It would tend to draw us into that civil war even further.”

 

For Howard Dean to immediately condemn and state that Representative Tulsi Gabbard should not be in congress just for being skeptical of the Trump administration's statements on this issue is inexplicable.

Howard Dean should resign from the Democratic Party.

Personally, I applaud Representative Tulsi Gabbard's commitment to peace, and her public attempts to end our endless wars.

Maybe Howard Dean is receiving compensation from interests who profit from endless war?

 



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