Syria: WE WERE RIGHT, The World was Wrong

Honestly, we’re freakin’ tired of being vindicated while the wacko birds in power are continuously proven wrong and continue to have credibility. Senator John McCain (RINO-AZ) is a prime example. He’s so bad that he’d make Wrong Way Feldman blush. When the debate over who launched the chemical weapons attack in Syria last August was in full swing, McCain mocked those who refuted his despicable narrative about those innocent rebels.

Wrong Way Feldman: He's right more than McCain.

Wrong Way Feldman: He’s right more than McCain.

HEY McCAIN, Read THIS, you wacko bird, via (of all places) McClatchy:

A series of revelations about the rocket believed to have delivered poison sarin gas to a Damascus suburb last summer are challenging American intelligence assumptions about that attack and suggest that the case U.S. officials initially made for retaliatory military action was flawed.

A team of security and arms experts, meeting this week in Washington to discuss the matter, has concluded that the range of the rocket that delivered sarin in the largest attack that night was too short for the device to have been fired from the Syrian government positions where the Obama administration insists they originated.

The McClatchy article goes on cite a report a report entitled “Possible Implications of Faulty U.S. Technical Intelligence” by Richard Lloyd and Theodore Postol:

Relying on mathematical projections about the likely force of the rocket and noting that its design – some have described it as a trash can on a stick – would have made it awkward in flight, Lloyd and Postol conclude that the rocket likely had a maximum range of 2 kilometers, or just more than 1.2 miles. That range, the report explains in detail, means the rockets could not have come from land controlled by the Syrian government.

McCain is a traitor who mocked those of us who said evidence the Syrian rebels used the chemical weapons was far more compelling than any evidence against the Assad regime. In an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan, McCain whipped out a flying pigs reference in an attempt to smear such a notion.

In an interview with Neil Cavuto, McCain assured us that the rebels never had any chemical weapons and that he knows “who these people are”.

All of this says nothing about our recent discovery that the people who McC(Pet)ain says he knows include prisoners and terrorists with death sentences who were released by the Saudis to fight for McC(Pet)ain’s cause.

Yet, today, McCain is a thoroughly discredited individual but remains a person the media flocks to whenever he opens his head hole known as mouth.