There is a difference between having an opinion and being wrong.
Jeremy Fassler
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@ Jeremy — this is the problem: when the self-appointed gatekeepers of American journalism are >less informed< than most of the public, your work is a liability to the country rather than an asset (which is why we have Trump instead of Sanders, btw).

Hillary Clinton repeatedly stated in public that she wanted to impose a no-fly zone in Syria, and General Dunford clearly stated that it would mean war with Russia and Syria. So yes, Clinton’s militant stance on Syria would’ve started WWIII: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmE9Jj-rEVs

You can argue from a position of ignorance like they do at Faux News, but you wouldn’t want to be like one of them, would you?

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