Watch: Russian Fighter Buzzes US Spy Plane Near Syria For 2nd Time In Four Days | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Watch: Russian Fighter Buzzes US Spy Plane Near Syria For 2nd Time In Four Days

For the second time in four days a Russian jet has intercepted a US plane over the Mediterranean, bringing tensions between the two countries to boiling point at a moment Moscow is appearing to flex in defense of its ally Syria.

The Pentagon confirmed the latest "unsafe and unprofessional" intercept incident in international airspace Sunday, after an incident the prior Wednesday involving a US P-8A Poseidon reconnaissance aircraft, which was similarly "buzzed" by an aggressive Russian SU-35, which reportedly performed a high-speed, inverted maneuver.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I am still gob-smacked by President Trump's invasion of Syria (which makes utterly no sense from where I sit, dealing with the reality that Syria is still a sovereign nation, according to global rule of law), and that his administration seems to be hell-bent on engaging the Russia military here.

The Russians were asked to come to the Syrian government's defense against US -purchased forces, the majority of which have turned themselves in to the Syrian military, and confessed that part of their US training was how to destroy Syrian oil wells.

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I would, therefore, strongly and politely suggest to President Trump that the US government gets the hell out of Syria, and focuses on his own illness-impacted and economically-impacted country, weary for healing and closure.

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