With rebels closing in on President Bashar al-Assad's location, the Syrian Army launched war planes pummeling the suburbs of the capital city Damascus Wednesday. There are reports that government forces are weakening as the rebels have become much stronger strategically, and Assad is said to be possibly investigating asylum.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has come out to say that a desperate Assad regime could use chemical weapons soon, if the weapons are not obtained by another dangerous group vying for power in Syria.
On 'Real News' Wednesday the panel discussed the Assad regime's final stand, and whether the situation could escalate to a point where the U.S. or U.N. steps in. Watch a clip of Buck Sexton breaking down the Syria situation below: