Hevrin Khalaf Too Dead To Thank Mike Pompeo For ‘Saving Lives’ In Syria Amid Turkey Invasion

Admittedly, we didn't have high hopes for what CNBC billed as a "wide-ranging" interview with Mike Pompeo, who by some accounts knowingly presided over an intimidation campaign at the State department and refused to protect career diplomats like Marie Yovanovitch from political persecution. The first clips from the chat found Pompeo admonishing China for taking an adversarial approach to US companies expressing solidarity with the Hong Kong protesters. With all due respect to the demonstrators,

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2 thoughts on “Hevrin Khalaf Too Dead To Thank Mike Pompeo For ‘Saving Lives’ In Syria Amid Turkey Invasion

  1. Pompeo is trying to play the long game here. He thinks he’s smarter than Trump, smarter than Pence, smarter than Romney and Little Marco and all the other would-be Republican pretenders to the thrown and can bullshit his way under, around, and through this shitshow without any of it sticking to him. He’s not that smart. Or believable. He’s a liar and a hypocrite and is going down with the rest of them. God willing (right, Mike).

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