Syria pokes a finger in Donald Trump’s eyes as it has resumed operations from the air field that the U.S. bombed during Tomahawk missile strikes Thursday night. Um, so much winning. It was all a charade.
#BREAKING Jets carry out strikes from Syria base hit by US: monitor
— AFP news agency (@AFP) April 7, 2017
JUST IN: Syrian warplanes take off from air base hit by U.S., carry out strikes in Homs countryside – Syrian observatory for human rights
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) April 7, 2017
Imagine how many refugees we could have helped with the money spent last night that accomplished nothing. Donald Trump halted accepting refugees from Syria just because he’s hellbent on carrying out his Muslim ban.
The Syrian government anticipated the U.S. military strike. Um, so much for the element of surprise Donald Trump bragged about on the campaign trail.
— ABC News (@ABC) April 7, 2017
Reaction on Twitter:
I thank the NSA for not being willing to go along with a charade that used heroes in the US military for Trump's base distraction politics https://t.co/qp5oOhUfDT
— Louise Mensch (@LouiseMensch) April 7, 2017
(PICS 1) Notice that the airfield is still usable. Only one of five aircraft shelters was destroyed. "Damaged" shelters mean intact planes. pic.twitter.com/C1ezEitfgz
— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) April 7, 2017
Go on, media, keep calling yesterday's strike a win for Trump. I dare you. https://t.co/3Pf5IwTY2e
— Matthew Chapman (@fawfulfan) April 7, 2017
Trump is quickly going down as the biggest blow-hard worthless con artists in US history as he squanders our hard-earned tax dollars. $60M+ https://t.co/NUg8s36ejU
— ☇RiotWomenn☇ (@riotwomennn) April 7, 2017
@Reuters So we just wasted 75 million
— Lon Plasner (@ldpinsd) April 7, 2017
@Reuters It was all for show! Trump never meant to have this "strike" be anything significant. His ratings are garbage and the noose is tightening.
— MyCountryTisOfThee (@LeftonPost) April 7, 2017
@Reuters 50-60 missiles, none hit the airstrip? what were they aiming at?
— In Solidarity (@TheEnginseer) April 7, 2017
@Reuters Wait – I thought they were going to cower because of that signal sent by the first strong president in the history of the world?
— Denise (@DeniseTut) April 7, 2017