Let's see how the Very Stable Genuis reacts to this.
Turkey launched a military operation Saturday targeting Kurdish fighters in the Syrian town of Afrin, Turkish state-run news reported, according to CNN.
The network notes:
The incursion, dubbed Operation Olive Branch, is likely to sharpen tensions between Turkey and the United States, which supports and openly arms Kurdish militias fighting ISIS. The operation targeting Kurdish fighters could open up a new frontier in the Syrian conflict, which has gone on for nearly seven years.There is absolutely no sound reason for the U.S. to be operating in this region---and yet it could lead to more military action by the U.S.