According to a recently declassified French intelligence report, the Syrian government had made a deal that the Obama administration had promoted that said they would get rid of its chemical weapon stash by the year of 2014.

Obviously, that didn’t happen.

France’s declassified “national evaluation” took a very close look at evidence that was gathered from a sarin attack that happened on April 4 that claimed the lives of over 80 civilians in the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun. According to their research, the attack was not only carried out by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime, but also that the people who were charged with ensuring that the deal was followed were completely incapable of doing their job.

Yeah, obviously.

“France assesses that major doubts remain as to the accuracy, exhaustiveness and sincerity of the decommissioning of Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal,” the report reads. “In particular, France assesses that Syria has maintained a capacity to produce or stock sarin, despite its commitment to destroy all stocks and capacities. Lastly, France assesses that Syria has not declared tactical munitions (grenades and rockets) such as those repeatedly used since 2013.”

The French government live-tweeted the entire statement, making sure that the word got out to as many people as possible. You can follow it here:

So it’s just as we suspected. Obama made a horrible deal, and didn’t have the guts to send good people to make sure it was followed up on correctly. Because of his incompetence, countless innocents died. I wonder if Obama knew after the attack happened that his failed presidency was the cause of all this suffering.