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You'd think that President Barack Obama and the rest of his cronies is Washington would learn from their mistakes. After the notorious ending to the Fast and Furious operation, in which the government gave guns to gangs on the southern U.S. border only to find that the guns were later being used to kill Americans, one would hope that the U.S. government would stop trying to influence worldwide politics by giving out guns.

Unfortunately, that's not the case.

The news has recently broken that a Syrian rebel group that received over $45 million in funding from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, is now in the business of slaughtering innocent young children.

In a grisly video posted online, members of the Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zinki rebel group beheaded a young, wounded boy off the back of a pickup truck. It's an act of violence so unimaginable that it boggles the mind.

How have these people become so desensitized to blood and killing and death? Is this the kind of action that the U.S. wants to be responsible for?

Because our government is responsible for it. Under Clinton's leadership in the State Department, money, guns and resources were given to rebel groups just like the al-Din al-Zinki group. And then those groups turn out to be even more terrifying than the terror groups that they were supposed to be fighting.

This has been the sad story of the U.S.'s involvement in regime change and in espionage lately. It has backfired terribly and now our government has the blood of this young boy and likely dozens more just like him that were murdered without any evidence.

It's time to hold the government accountable for these deaths and these ill-advised actions. We need a government that isn't afraid to stick up for itself, but we also need a government that doesn't waste time, money and reputation by getting involved in bloody encounters.

h/t: 100 Percent Fed Up



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