When Will The Biden Administration And The Mainstream Media Admit That The U.S. Is Already At War With Iran?


If someone attacks your troops 46 times in less than a month, you are at war with them.  But the Biden administration certainly does not want to admit that we are at war with Iran.  We are heading into an election year, and many Americans don’t want to hear that we are involved in yet another war in the Middle East.  The mainstream media isn’t telling us the truth either.  Even though U.S. troops in Syria and Iraq have now come under fire 46 times since October 7th, the mainstream media continues to insist that we aren’t actually “at war” with Iran.

But how can they say that?

Following the terror attacks of October 7th, Iranian-backed groups attacked U.S. troops more than two dozen times in Syria and Iraq.

So the Biden administration conducted a couple of airstrikes, and they were hoping that this would be enough to get the terrorists to back off.

But that didn’t work.

Instead, Iranian-backed groups just kept on attacking U.S. bases.

So now the U.S. military has conducted another “self-defense strike”.  The following comes directly from a statement that was just released by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin

Today, at President Biden’s direction, U.S. military forces conducted a self-defense strike on a facility in eastern Syria used by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and affiliated groups. This strike was conducted by two U.S. F-15s against a weapons storage facility. This precision self-defense strike is a response to a series of attacks against U.S. personnel in Iraq and Syria by IRGC-Quds Force affiliates. The President has no higher priority than the safety of U.S. personnel, and he directed today’s action to make clear that the United States will defend itself, its personnel, and its interests.

Please go back and read the highlighted portion of that paragraph again.

We hit a base that is “used by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps”.

In other words, this is a facility that is used by Iranian troops.

Of course this strike didn’t work either.

In fact, U.S. troops have already been attacked “multiple times” since then…

U.S. troops in Iraq and Syria were attacked multiple times by Iranian-backed proxies in the 24 hour period after U.S. forces conducted airstrikes against an Iranian-linked facility in Syria.

Three U.S. troops were injured in the four attacks, one against U.S. troops in Iraq and three in Syria, that occurred following the U.S. strike on Wednesday, deputy spokeswoman Sabrina Singh told reporters.

Overall, U.S. troops in the region have now been attacked a total of 46 times by Iranian-backed groups…

U.S. troops in Iraq and Syria that are there to counter ISIS have been attacked 46 times by Iranian proxies in the region since Oct. 17.

U.S. and coalition forces have been attacked 24 separate times in Iraq and 22 separate times in Syria by a mix of one-way attack drones and rockets, Singh told reporters.

And we are being told if these attacks continue that the U.S. “won’t hesitate to take further necessary measures to protect our people”…

“If these attacks continue against our personnel,” Singh added, “we won’t hesitate to take further necessary measures to protect our people and to do so at a time and place of our choosing.”

Needless to say, the attacks are going to continue.

And so the U.S. will be forced to hit back again and again.

This is what war looks like.

Meanwhile, the battle inside Gaza City has been heating up

Israeli troops are locked in brutal close quarter warfare with Hamas on the streets of Gaza, with military officials claiming their troops toppled one of the Palestinian militants’ ‘strongholds’ this morning after a gruelling 10-hour-long battle.

Hamas fighters armed with rocket-propelled grenade launchers and assault rifles fired on Israeli soldiers backed by armoured vehicles in the ruins of the besieged territory’s north.

Broken palm trees, mangled road signs and twisted lampposts marked the remains of what was once north Gaza’s main road, as Israeli tanks and APCs trundled south to enter Gaza City.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appears to be very pleased with the progress that the IDF is making.

During a nationally televised speech on Tuesday, he declared that “thousands of terrorists above and beneath the ground” have already been wiped out…

The Israel Defense Forces has already killed “thousands of terrorists above and beneath the ground” in the Gaza Strip, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a prime-time televised speech on Tuesday.

“In the south, the war in the [Gaza] Strip is progressing with a force that Hamas has never known,” said Netanyahu, speaking exactly 30 days after Hamas’s Oct. 7 massacre in southern Israel.

“Since the beginning of the ground maneuver, we have destroyed countless Hamas headquarters, tunnels, bases and facilities. We are reaching places that Hamas never thought we would reach,” he continued as he praised the “unparalleled fighting spirit” of the IDF.

Hamas is clearly in very big trouble.

So how long will Hezbollah wait before making a big move against Israel?

That is a question that a lot of people are asking right now.

There have been reports of troop mobilizations, and Hezbollah officials have pledged not to let Hamas get completely wiped out.

But launching an all-out attack on Israel would definitely spark an absolutely overwhelming response.

And those that are running Hezbollah understand this very well.

The war in the Middle East has caused global events to go into overdrive.  I literally had my brand new book entitled “Chaos” almost completely ready for publication, but then the war in the Middle East erupted and I had to edit a bunch of chapters and add a significant amount of new material.  So that is the primary reason why the release of the book was delayed.

This is the great war in the Middle East that we have been expecting.

Right now, it is still in the early chapters, and it will get a lot more intense.

The U.S. is already deeply involved in this war, but most Americans have no idea what is really happening on the other side of the globe.

Michael’s new book entitled “Chaos” is now available in paperback and for the Kindle on Amazon.com, and you can check out his new Substack newsletter right here.


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