August 29, 2021

This week, a group of Navy SEALs and members of the Marine Expeditionary Force boarded a helicopter to begin an operation to rescue the people of Syria.

This isn’t a mission to rescue people from ISIS, it’s a mission, as President Donald Trump tweeted, to save lives and “save lives at home.”

In this case, the rescue team is trying to save the lives of Syrian refugees.

In fact, the goal is to save them from a war in Syria.

The problem is that Syria is an endless sea of violence and terrorism.

It is a war torn country, and yet, the U.S. is doing nothing to save its people from that war.

That’s why, when the SEALs arrived, they were met by an unfamiliar enemy.

The White House announced that the mission was going to be the largest humanitarian mission in history, and it was.

The SEALs were called in by the Department of Homeland Security, the Department Of Defense, the State Department, the Office of the National Coordinator for Counterterrorism, the United Nations, the European Union, the Turkish government, and many other nations.

The mission’s goal is twofold.

First, to help people in Syria who are fleeing the conflict, and, second, to stop the flow of foreign fighters into Syria.

That means rescuing refugees from war zones, stopping foreign fighters from entering the country, stopping terrorists from infiltrating, and protecting the innocent people who are forced to live under constant threat.

The fact that the United States is engaged in this mission, however, is nothing more than an excuse for inaction.

If the U,S.

were really serious about saving lives in Syria, it would be doing everything it could to do so.

The U.N. estimates that at least 1.4 million Syrians have fled the country.

The U. S. government has not taken action to save Syrians, and so far it hasn’t done anything to save those people.

When you add up all the people killed in Syria’s civil war, there are probably over 1.3 million Syrians in the country today.

The humanitarian mission is just a distraction.

In fact, it is an excuse to not take action to protect the people in the region who are under attack.

When we talk about protecting the Syrian people, we are talking about protecting their own people.

That is why the Trump administration has been so eager to claim that the U of S has done everything it can to protect them.

This is why President Trump tweeted on Tuesday that the SEAL mission was an “important humanitarian success.”

It’s a statement that is not backed up by the facts.

The facts are that the administration is not saving Syrians from ISIS.

The administration is helping the people who have already fled their homes.

The Trump administration is failing to protect those who are now under attack from the Islamic State.

The administration is actively encouraging foreign fighters to flee Syria.

The Obama administration worked to prevent those fighters from going to Syria.

Trump, who had a rocky relationship with the Obama administration, has been openly hostile toward the Obama regime.

When he was president, the president openly criticized the Syrian regime.

When the U .

S. fails to protect Syrians, it will only do so at the expense of the U.-S.

relationship with Syria.

And this is a relationship that has already been strained for years.

The White House has repeatedly stated that the Obama Administration was unable to stop foreign fighters, and that they have not stopped the flow.

This assertion has been repeated by White House press secretary Sean Spicer.

Even when the Obama years ended, the flow continued.

When the Trump years began, the White House had no plans to stop that flow.

The American people have a right to know the truth.

And the truth is that President Trump has been very consistent in his refusal to take action against the terrorists who have entered the country and are now operating in our country.

If President Trump really cared about the lives and safety of the American people, he would act on this threat by rescuing Syrians, not by providing excuses for inaction and inaction.