PENTAGON FOLLIES: Obama Regime tries to blame Russia for airstrikes on Syrian Army base

10-vi OH, THIS IS RICH! No surprise that unnamed Washington officials would deny targeting Syrian Army positions, but they are trying make us believe that the Russians (allies of Assad) staged the attack.

Bashar al-Assad says the success of a military campaign by Russia, Syria and its allies is vital to save the Middle East from "destruction".
Bashar al-Assad says the success of a military campaign by Russia, Syria and its allies is vital to save the Middle East from “destruction”.

Washington Post The U.S. military alleged Monday that Russian warplanes were responsible for an attack on a Syrian army position in eastern Syria, an airstrike that Syria blamed on the U.S.-led coalition battling the Islamic State militant group in the country.

A U.S. military official, speaking on the condition of anonymity (‘Anonymous’ officials are always behind the biggest lies) because of the sensitivity of the issue, said later in the day that the Pentagon is “certain” that a Russian warplane carried out the attack. There was no response to that assertion from either Syria or Russia.

Damage after airstrike
Damage after airstrike

The Syrian government issued a statement earlier in the day accusing coalition aircraft of carrying out the overnight attack in the eastern province of Deir al-Zour. The government said three Syrian soldiers were killed and 13 injured in the strike.

It said four coalition warplanes struck a Syrian army post with nine rockets late Sunday, killing three soldiers and injuring 13. The strike also destroyed three armored vehicles, four military vehicles, two heavy machine guns and a depot of arms and ammunition, the ministry said.

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Syria’s Foreign Ministry called the attack on the army post an act of “heinous aggression.” It said it sent letters of complaint to the U.N. secretary general and the U.N. Security Council, calling for the United Nations to take “urgent measures” to prevent a recurrence of such an incident.

“The aggression on the military post hinders the efforts aiming to fight terrorism and reiterates that the U.S.-led coalition lacks seriousness and credibility in the fight against terrorism,” the Foreign Ministry statement said.

Watch this State Department spokesdummy, John Kirby, try to tap dance around this one: