The popular conservative radio host Rose of “Rose Unplugged” out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania interviewed Kassem Eid Tuesday on her show.
Kassem Eid is a Syrian native who survived the sarin gas attack of August 2013. Waking at 5:00 am, struggling to breathe, pain searing through his body, Kassem realized immediately that he was experiencing a chemical attack.
After this horrific experience, Syrians were devastated to discover that President Barack Obama allowed his red line to be broken without consequence. As Sean Spicer correctly noted, even Adolf Hitler did not use chemical weapons on the battlefield.
Hear is Kassem’s heartbreaking and courageous story from “Rose Unplugged” earlier today:
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