Or at least that's what the "mainstream" media must think – because that's all they dish up these days.

First they tell us the Syrian rebels are fighting for "democracy" – then we find out the "rebels" are jihadists who hate America.

First tell they us the Syrian government used sarin gas on rebels – then we find out it was the rebels who are using sarin.

First they dish out the lies – then we find out they were lying!

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