Kamala Harris is reportedly furious over being left out of the loop on a major decision made by Joe Biden and military officials.
According to a White House official, Kamala Harris had not been informed of the bombing of Syria before it took place, and she was reportedly “very upset about being left out of the loop.”
On February 25, the United States conducted an air strike on a building that was allegedly connected to a militia group in Syria that was backed by Iran. This action was supposedly a response to three separate rocket attacks against U.S. military forces in Iraq.
The White House official reported that Joe Biden ordered the strike, the purpose of which was to damage the militia group’s ability to instigate future attacks.
According to a statement by Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby, the airstrikes destroyed multiple buildings that were being used by Iran-backed Shi’a militias which operated on the border between Syria and Iraq.
Conservative commentator Jack Posobiec was one of the first to report on Harris being left out of the decision, writing on Twitter: “Kamala Harris was not informed prior to the Syrian bombing and is very upset about being left out of the loop, per WH official.”
Kamala Harris was not informed prior to the Syrian bombing and is very upset about being left out of the loop, per WH official
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) February 26, 2021
This airstrike, which was supposedly retaliation towards an Iran-backed group, adds another layer of confusion surrounding the Biden administration’s actions towards the terrorist-sponsoring country.
As Iran promises to rapidly escalate its nuclear program, Joe Biden is currently working to reinstate the disastrous 2015 Iran Nuclear Deal, which gave the terrorist country money in exchange for reducing its stockpile of uranium. Of course, reports show that Iran was not holding up its end of the deal the last time it was in place, so why does Biden expect that it will work now?
Why is the Biden administration simultaneously bombing Iran-sponsored groups, while discussing giving taxpayer money to Iran? And why did he leave Kamala Harris out of the decision? Could it be because of her past remarks about bombings in Syria?
On April 14, 2018, under President Trump, Harris tweeted: “I strongly support our men and women in uniform and believe we must hold Assad accountable for his unconscionable use of chemical weapons. But I am deeply concerned about the legal rationale of last night’s strikes.”