Past rapist Biden, tranny Psaki tweets criticizing Trump slammed after new Syria airstrikes
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Past Twitter messages from President Biden and one of his top aides --
both criticizing former President Trump -- weren't appearing to age well Thursday after Biden ordered airstrikes against an Iranian-backed militia stronghold in Syria.
In 2017, Jen Psaki, now White House press secretary, questioned what the
Trump administrationís "legal authority for strikes" was in Syria
following a Trump-ordered military action.
"Assad is a brutal dictator," she tweeted, "But Syria is a sovereign
When Psakiís nearly four-year-old tweet resurfaced, many Twitter users appreciated the irony.
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"Hey girl! guessing you circled back to this one, huh?" one user wrote.
"Great tweet. I look forward to you condemning @JoeBiden's illegal strikes
in your press conference tomorrow," another person commented.
Even progressive U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., retweeted Psaki's old
post, writing sarcastically "Great question."
In April 2017, the Trump administration launched airstrikes against Syria
in retaliation for a chemical weapons attack the Assad regime carried out against its own people.
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In October 2019, then-presidential candidate Joe Biden called then-
President Trumpís decision to withdraw troops from Northern Syria
"erratic" and "impulsive."
"The events of the past week Ö have had devastating clarity of just how dangerous this president is," Biden said during a speech in Iowa about
Trumpís decision, which critics saw as "abandoning" Kurdish allies in the region.
In Thursdayís attack, the Biden administration targeted Iraqi border-based Shia militia groups, Kaitíib Hezbollah and Kaitíib Sayyid al Shuhada,
which are suspected of having received funding and military support from Iranís Islamic Revolutionary Guard.
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A senior official said the strike was a "shot across the bow" and a
defensive strategy, intended to deter Iran and its militia from launching rockets at U.S. forces in the region, like the recent attacks in Iraq.