Liberals wouldn’t believe there were chemical weapons if they choked to death on them.
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After days of tough talk from the White House regarding Syria’s use of chemical weapons, State Department spokesman Patrick Ventrell emerged on April 26 to say no action will be taken against the country based on “intelligence assessments” until the administration can “corroborate the facts.”
He said, despite reports announcing intelligence assessments that show chemical weapons have been used–even the assessments released by the State Department on April 25–there is not enough evidence to act.
A reporter attending the briefing asked Ventrell: “If the intelligence assessment has so little fact in it that it’s basically not worth making any policy decisions based on, why make it public?”