Analysts: We Were Forced Out for Telling Truth About ISIS War
Two military intelligence analysts say they they will no longer be working at U.S. Central Command because they expressed skepticism of U.S.-backed rebel groups in Syria. A $500-million plan to arm and train the rebels to fight ISIS failed. Military brass allegedly doctored intelligence to show the White House a sunnier view of the “moderate” opposition’s capabilities, and analysts claim there was internal pressure to say the war on ISIS was going well. Congress and the Pentagon are investigating, and the military has announced a new director of intelligence at CENTCOM.