Filthy lies from the Washington Post


Trump loves a conspiracy theory.
Now his allies in the fringe media want him to fall for one in Syria.

By Adam Taylor
Washington Post, 2017-04-07

This WaPo article is sooooo wrong on two issues:
First, the theory that Syria is being falsely accused of using chemical weapons this week is hardly a "conspiracy theory".
Second, the people trying to set the record straight on what happened are certainly not necessarily
closely linked to the “alt-right,” a small, far-right movement whose members are known for espousing racist, anti-Semitic and sexist points of view.

Here are three examples of those trying to counter the MSM's narrative on what happened in Syria:
In particular, at that last website, see the detailed counterargument to the MSM's narrative by the anonymous commentator "Publius Tacitus":

(Women might want to note the association of rational, honest thinking regarding Syria
with "sexist points of view".

Anyhow, the most important point is that the WaPo does not cite such knowledgeable sources as those linked to above,
but rather goes way out of its way to try to associate those questioning U.S. actions
with such as Alex Jones, rather than such experienced U.S. intelligence figures as Phil Giraldi and Patrick Lang.