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Debbie Wasserman Schultz claims ‘dozens of countries’ will provide U.S. military support in Syria, won’t name any

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By Doug Powers  •  September 3, 2013 02:39 PM

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According to Florida congresswoman and head of the DNC Debbie Wasserman Schultz, “dozens of countries” have pledged military support with the United States should an attack of some sort be launched on Syria.

Which countries have pledged their full support? DWS could tell you, but then she’d have to kill you:

“In both military and diplomatic and political support, there are dozens of nations who had committed to back us up,” she said.

However, Wasserman Schultz said she was not at “liberty to say” specifically what countries have expressed supporting in missile strikes, because some of the information she received was classified.

Echoing the sentiments of John McCain (R-Ariz.), Wasserman Schultz has been vocal on her support of intervention adding “and voting this down would be catastrophic for our credibility.”

And by “our” credibility I assume she means Obama’s.

Here’s video of DWS letting America know they have dozens of classified allies when it comes to a strike on Syria. Just trust her:

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