The US State Department has signed off on the deal to sell $1.29 billion worth of “smart” bombs to Saudi Arabia, according to the Pentagon. The 22,000 bombs are to be used in the Saudis’ military campaigns in Yemen and Syria.
The day the U.S. stops selling bombs is the day they could tell me what to do with my guns.
Where do you think ISIS gets all their equipment? How come nobody is investigating that? How does ISIS get its stuff? We’re selling bombs throughout the world and then we wonder why they get used to kill people.
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