US Sends More Armored Infantry Units Into Syria Amid Increased Russian Presence | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

US Sends More Armored Infantry Units Into Syria Amid Increased Russian Presence

Amid increasing tense encounters between American and Russian military convoys in northeast Syria, which in at least one recent encounter ended in a ramming incident, additional US mechanized infantry units have been ordered into Syria on Friday, including Bradley Fighting Vehicles.

“CJTF-OIR plans to position mechanized infantry assets, including Bradley Fighting Vehicles, to Syria to ensure the protection of Coalition forces and preserve their freedom of movement so they may continue Defeat Daesh operations safely,” the Pentagon said in a press release.

Ostensibly the counter-ISIS mission was offered as the prime rationale, but it's clear it has more to do with the ratcheting cat-and-mouse encounters between US and Russian forces, which could at any moment result in an exchange of fire incident.

Ironically Trump at the same time told White House reporters that "we are out of Syria" but troops only remain solely with a mission of "guarding the oil."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Translation: we are very close to war with Russia in Syria; just because some US action would be the most ham-fistedly, pig-headedly stupid thing for the US government to do, is utterly no guarantee that the US government won't do it.

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