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article image'Salon' attacks Ron Paul, Alex Jones, and others

By Alex Allen     Sep 1, 2013 in Politics
Salon, a popular left-wing news website, recently attacked Ron Paul, Alex Jones, and others for saying that the chemical attacks in Syria were false flag operations.
Former governor Jesse Ventura once said in an interview with CNN's Piers Morgan that "all wars start with a false flag." While some may not agree with this statement, several notable individuals- including former Congressman Ron Paul, former presidential candidate Pat Buchanan, and radio host Alex Jones- would certainly agree that the recent chemical attacks in Syria were staged in order to spark a war.
Salon, however, recently attacked those who suggest the chemical attacks were false flag operations (specifically Ron Paul) in an article on their website. With a very harsh tone and word choice, the writers at Salon did everything short of calling Ron Paul a total nutjob. The introduction to the article even reads "The conspiracy-prone ex-congressman uses conspiracy theorists' favorite phrase to describe the war effort"
Ron Paul recently came out about his beliefs that the chemical attacks were false flag operations in an interview with Neil Cavuto on the FOX Business Channel and Pat Buchanan spoke up during an interview with Newsmax.
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