The New York Times Claims:
- The goal, officials said, was to punish the government of President Bashar al-Assad for a suspected chemical attack against civilians near Damascus last weekend.
- It is the second time President Trump has launched missiles against Syria, despite claims of wanting to limit U.S. involvement.
Here we see a lack of logic:
How can there be a U.S. 'retaliatory strike' when according to the same NYT there has been only a 'Suspected Chemical Weapons Attack'?
Since when can a country attack another country without clear proof? This is not a 'retaliatory strike' but a so called 'war of aggression,' for which nazi-leaders were sentenced to death in Nuremberg after 1945.