You're calling the US Southern Command ignorant? LOL
#14 | POSTED BY BRUCEBANNER AT 2019-07-23 09:45 AM | FLAG:
It just re-tweeted John Bolton
"The United States condemns the illegitimate Venezuelan regime's provocative actions against our US Navy aircraft while on a routine mission. These unsafe & unprofessional actions are yet another example of dictator Nicolás Maduro's willful violation of international norms & laws."
Just prior to the releasing the Su-30 footage, it re-tweeted Mike Pompeo
"Pleased to meet with President @mauriciomacri today in Buenos Aires. Our relationship with #Argentina is grounded in cooperation, and today, it's stronger than ever. Argentina stands out as a trusted partner in our shared efforts to restore democracy to #Venezuela."
A retweet from 4th Fleet
"A Venezuelan mother speaks about her son's experience being treated aboard the hospital ship @USNSComfort ."
"See how a Peruvian naval officer supported the hospital ship #USNSComfort's medical assistance mission in #Peru. Comfort is in #LatinAmerica & #Caribbean in support of regional partners & in response to the #Venezuela crisis. @naval_peru @USEMBASSYPERU @NAVSOUS4THFLT @USNavy"
Detect a theme here? US Southern Command is all up in Venezuela's business as part of our broader campaign against them pushing regime change to oust Maduro. This does not jive with saying "Shows how everyone thinks they can slap the US around now." after Venezuela sends an unarmed fighter that merges with an anti-submarine patrol aircraft operating near the Venezuelan to track their Type 209 subs and Mistral frigates.