Sean Spicer: ‘The Goal Is To Destabilize Syria’–Wasn’t It Unstable Enough Already?!

Just how completely over their heads are the dolts currently in residence at the White House? Well, today’s daily briefing from press secretary Sean Spicer will answer that question and also cause you to wonder if you should go ahead and make sure your funeral arrangements are in order.

NBC News reporter Kristen Welker asked Spicer if he could clarify the administration’s position on ousting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Spicer then let forth with this bizarre flood of words:

“The goal for the United States is twofold. It’s, one, to make sure we destabilize Syria — destabilize the conflict there, reduce the threat of ISIS. But then, secondly, is create the political environment, not just within the Syrian people, but I think you can have — work with Russia in particular to make sure that they understand that Syria, backed up by Russia’s own accounting, should be held accountable for the agreements that its made with respect to its international agreements on chemical weapons alone.”

How exactly does one destabilize a conflict? Isn’t Syria suitable unstable and completely fucked already?

Welker then followed-up by asking if it was possible “to defeat ISIS with Assad still in power.”

Spicer mumbled the question back to himself and finally managed to reply:

“Um, yes. Sure.”

No need to destabilize Syria; this adminstration is unstable enough to suffice for the rest of the world.

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