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WAR: Iran Confirms They Have Attacked an Iraqi Military Base Housing U.S. and British Troops

Other reports are saying it was just a siren test.

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UPDATE: Iranian state television has confirmed that they have committed the attack on the base, and it is their first response to the assassination of Soleimani.

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Reports have indicated that at least five missiles have hit an Iraq military base housing U.S. and British troops, but contradictory reports are saying that it was just a siren test that has sparked an overreaction.

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The rockets allegedly struck the al-Taji military base north of Baghdad on Tuesday evening. There are no reports of troops being hurt or any damage being done to the facility at the present time. Other reports are saying that it may have been a siren drill that has sparked the panic during a time when tensions are high.

The alleged strike occurred hours after Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) were targeted with U.S. airstrikes. The U.S. targeted militia bases in Syria and Western Iraq. This is occurring as apart of the campaign against Kataib Hezbollah (KH), a PMU faction attributed with attacking the U.S. embassy in Iraq last week.

The three KH bases targeted by the U.S. strikes are believed to have “included weapon storage facilities and command and control locations that KH uses to plan and execute attacks on coalition forces.”

The region is heating up following the drone assassination of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani outside of a Baghdad airport last week:

President Donald Trump ordered an airstrike that killed Iranian General Qassim Solemani in Baghdad Thursday, responding to attacks on the US Embassy in the country by Shia militia by striking their Iranian allies forcefully.

Soleimani was a commander of Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guard, and had been a significant player in Middle Eastern geopolitics for years. Soleimani trained and equipped many of the Shia militias that fought American troops in Iraq after the 2003 invasion of the country.

He would go on to lead military operations as a representative of Iran in the Syrian Civil War, and the war against the ensuing spillover of the ISIS caliphate into Iraq.

Sources indicate that Soleimani was killed by incoming rocket projectiles as he disembarked from a plane arriving at the Baghdad airport.

It goes without saying to American patriots that the Shia Islamist militant was a villain. But it’s worth considering the broader national security considerations of the operation. Neocons may seek to use the operation as a launching pad for full-fledged regime change war in the Middle East.

However, it’s also worth noting that the Trump administration has taken decisive yet limited military action in the region that didn’t result in prolonged conflicts. President Trump has attacked Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime twice during his tenure, but Assad has secured a favorable, stable position in the nation’s seemingly endless and proxy-ridden civil war.

The U.S. is now on high alert expecting a retaliation attack from the Iranians in the days to come.

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Texas National Guard will be Deploying on Election Day

Democrats are Shaking in Their Boots

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On October 26, 2020, the Texas National Guard announced that Governor Abbott is deploying 1,000 members to five of the state’s largest cities to potentially quell unrest on Election Day or the days that follow.

Texas Democrats are uneasy about this announcement, according to a Fox News report.

According to the San Antonio Express-News, the cities where troops will be sent to are Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio.

The very fact that troops might be deployed to polling locations has Texas Democrats frightened about the prospect of voter suppression and intimidation. Although the state has been solidly Republican in the last 30 years, Texas is starting to become more competitive. Some experts believe it could flip to the Democrats in 2020 or at the very least, in the near future.

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The Texas National Guard commander’s chief of staff informed the San Antonio Express-News that the guard deployment would only be activated to “deter any civil disturbance at sites in various cities within Texas.”

The protection of polling stations “has not been on any mission request or in any conversation with the governor’s office,” Major General James K. “Red” Brown declared. Although troops could be sent to guard buildings , being stationed at polling locations “has not been requested,” Texas Guard spokesman stated.

On the night of October 26, other military officials informed KXAN-TV that there were no plans to send military units to polling locations.

Adjutant General Major General Tracy Norris declared in a statement that the Texas Military Department “was activated to provide additional support to the Department of Public Safety in the summer of 2020.”

“Texas Service Members continue to support DPS in this capacity, guarding historical landmarks such as the Alamo and the State Capitol,” Norris remarked. “To be clear, there has been no request nor any plan to provide any type of support at any polling location in Texas.”

The San Antonio Express-News also confirmed that Norris was requested to set up contingency plans in case of any unrest that emerges.

The initial reports about Abbott’s order received more concerns in progressive bastions such as Austin.

“We’re not hearing any real indications to anticipate any disruptions or intimidation,” said Adler.

Austin City Council member Gregorio Casar blamed Abbott for “fear-mongering.”

2020 elections will be very heated and it’s prudent for Abbott to use military assets to protect Texans from potential insurrectionist behavior from the radical Left.

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