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Iran Played Joe Biden And Funded Proxies That Launched Hundreds Of Missiles At US Vessels

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The Biden administration’s attempt to deter Iran and its proxies from attacking U.S. forces and interests has not been successful, leading to conflicts with Iranian proxies that the U.S. sought to avoid.

Despite efforts to send a message of deterrence, including the presence of carrier strike groups and other forces in the region, there have been numerous attacks by Iranian proxies on U.S. forces and commercial vessels.

The situation has raised questions about the potential for further conflict. (Trending: Obama Judge Issues Shock Ruling Against Democrats)

“Well, the U.S. has tried to send that message repeatedly to Iran and its proxies not to attack U.S. forces, not to attack commercial interests, or block major waterways,” began CNN Pentagon Correspondent Oren Liebermann.

“The problem is, that message has not gotten through, as we’ve seen. The U.S. has had carrier strike groups, as well as other forces in the region to try to send that message of deterrence, and yet, over the course of the past month and a half or so, we have seen the Houthis launch more than 100 missiles, drones, and cruise missiles at commercial vessels in the Red Sea, and that, of course, is in addition to all of the Iranian proxies who have attacked U.S. forces in Iraq and Syria,” he continued.

“The U.S. may have tried to avoid a conflict with Iranian proxies largely, but here it is. And now, the question, where does it go?” asked the CNN contributor.

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