Kurdish residents in the city of Qamishli blocked American forces who were trying to withdraw from northern Syria.
The group of ungrateful Kurds had the audacity to throw tomatoes at our troops as they drove by.
Their anger comes after President Trump ordered the U.S. to leave Syria and come home.
We were only supposed to be there for 3 weeks, for crying out loud.
President Trump has been forced to face off against warmongers in both parties over his decision to leave Syria.
However, the good news is that the American people agree with him and support the decision to leave the war-torn region.
"I send many letters home to parents where their son or daughter has been killed over in the Middle East …
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) October 21, 2019
And after seeing this video, I’m sure you’d agree as well.
The fighting in the Middle East will go on forever…Whether we’re there or not. We have issues at home, and it’s high time our elected officials started caring as much about our borders as they do about Syria’s.
We had a Republican-controlled Congress for how long, and they did NOTHING to secure our borders, but they’ll all kick and scream over Syria’s, all because some of their defense contract buddies will lose money, and they’ll get fewer donations?
No more dead Americans to line the pockets of the neocon elites.
You can watch the video below:
#Kurdish residents in the city of Qamishli block the path of the American forces withdrawing from northern #Syria and throw tomatoes at them following President Trump's order for the #US soldiers to retreat from the region – ANHA pic.twitter.com/PB513uC8ft
— Rudaw English (@RudawEnglish) October 21, 2019
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