Iran Reports that The U.S. is Supplying ISIS

There are all sorts of rumors that surround our president and his former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. They are rumored to have founded or paid for the founding of ISIS. Now, the Iranians are claiming that they are supplying the enemy with weapons.

This is being spread across the internet and people are starting to believe that these horrible leaders are also traitors to their country.

The Washington Times reports

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Has the United States been arming the Islamic State? Is that why President Obama has been slow to attempt to defeat them? Enquiring minds want to know. The Iraqi army, during its advance on Mosul, has found multiple U.S. made TOW anti-tank weapons in ISIS weapons depots. Apparently the weapons have been routinely dropped from aircraft resupplying the area, reports Iranian news agency Alalam. The reports have not been verified.

“Several US-made missiles were found in al-Shoura region to the South of Mosul,” a local source said on Monday, reports Alalam.

“The ISIL terrorists have sent US-made TOW anti-tank missiles to Tal Afar and it is quite evident that they are preparing for a long-term war,” the Arabic-language media quoted an Iraqi security official as saying on Monday.

The thought that officials within our government are supplying our enemies is one thing. But the idea that our soldiers are aiding silently in this process is another. No matter our soldier and Marines political allegiances, these brave personal are not traitors.

This would have to be the conclusion that we reached if this story was true. The weapons being found are not being dropped from helicopters but were captured when Iraqi troops surrendered them when the war first began.

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