But it is not clear whether he gains more than those delays and risks cost. Gas attacks as calculated terrorism are not necessarily stupid. You're wandering around on bullshit mountain without a reality base to calibrate your assessments. And so you get played. And you actually believe you can avoid errors by that method, correctly evaluate "ad hominem", etc, without information. So you get played. Yeah, they do. They're making a mess, and luck is going to pick the winner if any. The guys who start these things always think they're going to gain - they might, but only by chance. And so we see you've been played. There is not, and no good reason to think there is. Now you are telling me you think the Republican propaganda use of "bipartisan" and "America" is "typical", and your propaganda-addled understanding of things is something I need explained to me. There's no mystery where you are getting your ideas of what "same things" Republicans and Democrats support - you post the links right here. To Tucker Carlson, and the like. Because you find him "interesting". Like I said: you have no defenses. Your only hope is to avoid exposure to rightwing propaganda from US pros. Which brings us to Trump, and his bombing Syria without Congressional authorization - twice now. Do you remember who predicted this kind of behavior from Trump, way back when? Do you remember how and why that prediction was made?