US ‘fires Patriot missiles’ in support of UAE during Yemen retaliation

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Press TV – The United States says it fired “Patriot interceptors” in support of the United Arab Emirates during the Yemeni defense forces’ most recent bout of retaliation against the UAE.

Why did Biden break his promise to end the Saudi/UAE genocide of Yemen?

 

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  1. Since Biden took office his supporters keep asking the same questions but they will never accept the plain truth, he never had any intentions of fulfilling his promises. We are still in Iraq and Syria and we are heading for a full blown war with Russia which probably go nuclear quickly. Biden changed nothing with Yemen since he took office. What amazes me is the Saudis and UAE can massacre the Yemenis and US officials remain silent, but as soon as they retaliate it’s like the end of the world. This is the excuse the Biden regime was waiting for to openly kill Yemenis.

  2. Did those Patriot missiles actually hit anything or were they all for show? Seems like our military is “designed” to fail. Makes you wonder who on this planet would like to see that happen? Me thinks that the same shit-hole nation that nuked us on 9/11 and got away with it…

    “America is a golden calf and we will suck it dry, chop it up, and sell it off piece by piece until there is nothing left but the world’s biggest welfare state that we will create and control.” – Benjamin Netanyahu, 1990

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