CNN Analyst Reveals Keyword Being Used to Drag Trump and U.S. Into Ukrainian Plane Being Shot Down

A rescue worker searches the scene where an Ukrainian plane crashed in Shahedshahr, southwest of the capital Tehran, Iran, Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020. A Ukrainian airplane carrying 176 people crashed on Wednesday shortly after takeoff from Tehran’s main airport, killing all onboard. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)

 

U.S. officials are now saying they believe that the Iranians shot down the Ukrainian plane that crashed shortly after it took off from the Tehran airport. At this point, the working theory seems to be that they did it accidentally after they shot their missiles at U.S. forces in Iraq.

The U.S. didn’t fire anything.

But some Democrats and media seem to have tripped over the same word to cast blame on the U.S. and President Donald Trump.

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But perhaps the worst “crossfire” example was that of Lawfare editor and CNN analyst Susan Hennessey.

But Hennessey kept plugging away, trying to justify herself.

By that logic, the U.S. should never be allowed to defend itself after being attacked because they should know their enemies are going to shoot down civilian planes beforehand hundreds of miles away and five days later. See how silly it sounds when it’s actually said?

Democrats and media also keep skipping over the facts that the U.S. had already faced multiple attacks by Qasem Soleimani before he was taken out during which an American was killed. But, of course, somehow it’s the U.S. who “escalated.”

HT: Twitchy