While the Neoconservatives and Neoliberals alike, now both flagrantly promote war in Syria, few U.S. representatives are in opposition to the insane plan of regime change in another middle eastern country, but those that do are boldly voicing their opinions about it, making sure their cries don’t fall on deaf ears.

Former Texas congressman Ron Paul, notably the first to speak out about the convenience of the chemical weapons attack in Syria, has called the recent attack into question.

Paul claimed on a broadcast of his show “The Liberty Report” that all signs pointed toward the attack in Syria being a false flag operation.

“Before this episode of possible gas exposure and who did what, things were going along reasonably well for the conditions,” Paul stated. “Trump said let the Syrians decide who should run their country, and peace talks were making out, and Al Qaeda and ISIS were on the run.”

“It looks like, maybe, somebody didn’t like that so there had to be an episode, and the blame now is we can’t let that happen because it looks like it might benefit Assad.”

Ron Paul’s son Rand Paul, has also claimed that Trump’s strike was, “not in the national interest,” of the country and was, “an inappropriate way to start a war,” and that President Trump should have sought approval from Congress before acting. Adding the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF) after 911 couldn’t be applied to Syria and had nothing to do with Syria or its leader Bashar Al-Assad.

“Involving ourselves in civil wars throughout the world is really not the job of America’s foreign policy,” Paul said. “Some will say maybe this is an exception to the rule, and I hope, frankly, that this is an exception. That he won’t believe that we can actually solve the Syria war militarily.”

Senator Richard Black has also raised his own suspicions of the attack in a “tweet storm,” stating that ISIS had tricked U.S. President Donald Trump — something that We Are Change also expressed may be the case. Black even tweeted out a video of the infamous Retired 4-star U.S. Army General Wesley Clark whistleblowing the plan to invade 7 countries within 5 years which names – Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Iran.

Although, this plan largely failed surpassing its given time frame in the greater spectrum of things the plot is still in full swing to invade Syria.

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Black alleges that ISIS carried out the chemical weapons attack to force the U.S. to oust Assad to open a window for the Islamic State to take over the Syrian state.

Hawaii congresswoman, Tulsi Gabbard, has expressed opposition to Trump’s strike and claims that Assad isn’t the only one who has chemical weapons. Gabbard has vehemently campaigned to stop funding the opposition of terrorist in the region even secretly meeting with Assad in January this year.

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“U.S. attacks on Syria won’t save children, rather will strengthen Al Qaeda’s attempts to overtake Syria, leading to more deaths and refugees,” she tweeted Friday in response to the missile attack.

“We need to learn from Iraq and Libya — wars that were propagated as necessary to relieve human suffering, but actually increased human suffering many times over,” she said in an email to The Hill.

“I and thousands of my brothers and sisters-in-arms went to war in Iraq based on false intelligence and lies from our leaders — our president, military and political leaders. We should have been skeptical then, and we weren’t,” she said. “The cost was thousands of American lives and trillions of dollars down the drain. What to speak of millions of non-American lives.”’

“No leader — of either party, pro or against military intervention — should let our President take us down the path to another regime change war without that debate.”

Gabbard further added that Trump “acted recklessly” and “without waiting for the collection of evidence from the scene of the chemical poisoning.”

“If President Assad is indeed guilty of this horrible chemical attack on innocent civilians, I will be the first to call for his prosecution and execution by the International Criminal Court,” Gabbard said. “However, because of our attack on Syria, this investigation may now not even be possible.”

Because of her anti-war stance and skepticism, the Democratic party has disowned the war veteran and stated they would fund someone to campaign against her to take her seat.

Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Neera Tanden and Governor of Vermont Howard Dean tweeted their disgust of Gabbard.

“This is a disgrace. Gabbard should not be in Congress,” Dean tweeted in response to Tanden.

Tanden claimed that Gabbard being “skeptical” that Assad’s regime carried out the chemical attacks and her meeting with a “dictator” was reason enough to remove her.

“People of Hawaii’s 2nd district – was it not enough for you that your rep met with a murderous dictator? Will this move you?” Tanden wrote.

Gabbard fired back at her critics tweeting:

“Those who’ve declared Trump a habitual liar now vilify those refusing to blindly follow him into another regime change war. Hypocrisy.”

Other U.S. lawmakers who have expressed their skepticism or outrage over the attack without congressional approval include:

Rep. Ro Khanna (D-Calif.), Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Ariz.), Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-N.J.), Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.), Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-Texas), Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), and Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.)

We will leave you to ponder with one last tweet from Senator Richard Black tweeting a thought provoking question, “who are the good guys in Syria that will lead if Assad falls from power?”