"It is noteworthy that the Russian government has repeatedly called for an objective, authoritative international investigation into what happened at Khan Sheikhoun. This is in sharp contrast to the conduct of the Trump administration, which has acted as judge, jury and executioner rolled into one—claiming to determine the facts, identify the perpetrators and carry out the punishment in a three-day period." (World Socialist Web Site)
Theodor Postol, professor emeritus of Science, Technology and National Security Policy at Massachusetts Institute of Technology has conducted a thorough examination of the US government's statement purporting to provide evidence the Syrian government staged a chemical weapons attack in the city of Khan Sheikhoun on April 4. Postol found that "the document does not provide any evidence whatsoever that the US government has concrete knowledge that the government of Syria was the source of the chemical attack." His assessment goes on for 14 pages, goes into remarkable detail and leaves the US government's assertions in shreds.
Using Postol's report as its debarkation point the World Socialist Web Site deconstructs the propaganda tsunami by the US government and its media mouthpieces that followed the false flag attack and led to Donald Trump's order to fire $400 million worth of guided missile bombs into Syria.
While the Syrian government had absolutely nothing to gain by attacking its own people with nerve gas when it was routing the "moderate" US backed rebels, and the rebels, who were shown to be behind the same kinds of attack before, reaped a tremendous benefit from it, our media, our government, Republicans, Democrats, all act as if it's not even imaginable that Syria didn't commit the attack.
Being that the Iraq War was sold in precisely the same craven, despicable way, it's not hard to fathom why US citizens can be so gullible and the leaders and media they trust so disgustingly dishonest and immoral.