Skip to comments.Vanity: Why didn't the news media mention the Iraqis ALSO voted to throw the Iranians out? (Huge win!)
Posted on 01/07/2020 7:32:03 AM PST by dangus
The news media has been playing up the Iraqi request for the U.S. military to leave as if it's some sort of giant victory for the Iranian, parroting obediently the Iranian terrorist regime. But the Iraqi parliament voted to oust ALL foreign militaries and militias. This means the Iranians, too.
This should be considered a monumental win for the U.S.! The U.S. was in Iraq chiefly to defeat ISIS, a goal that has already been accomplished. Presently, they're merely extinguishing smoldering embers. If Iraq does more than a mere resolution, and takes concrete steps to actually refuse any foreign military, the blow to Iran's regional influence will be immense, and Pres. Trump should herald it from the highest rooftops.
Thanks. I hadn’t heard this.
Generally news reports didn’t make it clear it was a symbolic vote, non-binding.
So this is another thing they did fake news about.
Why didn’t the news media mention the Iraqis ALSO voted to throw the Iranians out?
Because they are no longer news media. They are the propaganda arm of the DNC.
If the US pulls out ... the Iranians won’t
Because the Iranians will stay as diplomats. Will be armed divisions of diplomats. Like a crook abiding by gun laws.
>> Because the Iranians will stay as diplomats. Will be armed divisions of diplomats. Like a crook abiding by gun laws. <<
I doubt that. I believe it’s very telling that the Iraqis responded to these events by expelling ALL militaries, that it reveals an impatience with Iran’s presence.
The resolution for for all “furriners” to GTH out.
No source? How did you learn this?
It’s in most of the articles, if you read carefully, that “foreign militaries” were ordered to leave, not just “US” ones. Here it actually made the headline:
Because too many people in the news media companies are foreign and disloyal.
Because the news is Comcast, Disney, and ATT mega corps undermining our liberties and wellbeing
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