It apparently wasn’t shocking enough when the American taxpayer found out the Obama regime spent $500 million to put “four or five” fighters on the ground in Syria. This latest news just adds insult to injury…


A Syrian rebel commander who recently completed a U.S. training program has told the U.S. military that he surrendered six coalition-provided trucks and ammunition to an intermediary linked to the al-Qaida affiliate in Syria, known as the Nusra Front.
U.S. Central Command said late Friday that roughly 25 percent of the equipment assigned to that unit was apparently turned over earlier this week in exchange for safe passage within the region.

U.S. officials said the Syrians continue to insist that they have not relinquished any actual weapons to the Nusra Front and that all of their personnel are still accounted for.

Air Force Col. Pat Ryder, a U.S. Central Command spokesman, said the command is looking into the incident.

But the report contradicts information the Defense Department provided earlier in the day, which said reports of U.S.-trained Syrian rebels defecting and missing equipment going to the Nusra Front were incorrect.

The report underscores persistent problems with the U.S.-led coalition’s effort to train and equip Syrian rebels to fight the Islamic State.

Ryder said the Syrians had told the U.S. earlier Friday that no equipment or people were missing, but the U.S. found out later on that some of those assertions were wrong.

He said providing equipment to the Nusra Front is a violation of the training and equipping program.

‘In light of this new information, we wanted to ensure the public was informed as quickly as possible about the facts as we know them at this time,’ Ryder said.

‘We are using all means at our disposal to look into what exactly happened and determine the appropriate response.’

Via: UK Daily Mail

Here’s what Republican candidate,Senator Rand Paul(R-K) thinks of our involvement in Syria (start at the 6:45 mark)

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