Does “getting tough” on terrorists actually mean arming terrorists? Retweet
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The politicians just made another blunder in the Middle East. There is yet more evidence that our so-called “government” has a pro-terror foreign policy.
Please use the sample letter below to give your so-called “representatives” their instructions. Tell them to “stop policing the world.” Our campaign for that purpose has a hardwired message that reads…
Defend America only. Do not manipulate or police the world.
Copy or edit the following to add your personal instructions Congress…
It seems increasingly clear that my so-called government has a pro-terror foreign policy. Look at all the evidence…
The U.S. fostered and allied us with ISIS. http://bit.ly/28ZhY1k
The U.S. has constantly given weapons to terrorist groups in Syria http://bit.ly/29hxfcc
The Pentagon and the CIA gave weapons to opposing Syrian groups that then went to war with each other. http://bit.ly/29hxjZM
Congress has armed Saudi Arabia, the world’s chief terrorist sponsor. The Saudi’s have used our weapons to create new enemies for America in places like Yemen http://bit.ly/28Zjrov
Now comes yet another example!
CIA weapons, shipped into Jordan, have disappeared into the black market. They were then used to attack Americans in the region. http://nyti.ms/29hAh0m
This madness must stop. YOU MUST STOP IT. All this talk about “getting tough” on ISIS or other terrorists is nonsense. In reality, you have a pro-terror foreign policy. I want to see you take action to roll back our meddling in the Middle East and elsewhere.
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