NUCLEAR WAR WITH RUSSIA
Nuclear weapons aimed at America could hit any town or city in less than 30 minutes
Not even three months in office and Joe Biden has taken America closer to nuclear war with Russia than any president in 60 years.
Under President Trump [Trump haters will stop reading at this point, but this needs to be said], the U.S. engaged in no new wars. Trump was the first president in 40 years to avoid conflict, and, moreover, he was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for moving the Middle East toward peace, the results of which we are seeing today.
Enter Tulsi Gabbard, former Democratic congresswoman from Hawaii, speaking out against her own president.
Biden, she said, “is moving in a very dangerous direction, and the question for the American people is, Are we willing to go to war with Russia on behalf of Ukraine?”
Such a war, she added, “would come at a cost beyond anything that we can imagine.”
“Russia has thousands of nuclear weapons aimed towards us that could hit any town or city in America in less than 30 minutes and exact a cost upon every one of us that would result in excruciating death and suffering beyond comprehension. Hundreds of millions of people dying and suffering, seeing their flesh being burned from their bones.”
THE FATE OF THE WORLD IS IN THIS SENILE HACK’S HANDS
4 thoughts on “We would be annihilated in less than 30 minutes”
China and Russia don’t follow “Politically Correct” methods of war, so yea I agree with you! Biden believes the hype that the POTUS really is the most powerful in the world. (He’s going to get us all killed).
American voters were warned this might happen but they were blind with hatred and put their own feelings ahead of what was best for America.
They swallowed the Kool-Aid, so to speak.
Yes they did — and to think (as the old joke went) They coulda had a V8! (Or something like that.) What amazes me is that those who voted for this bumbling fool say they would do it again just to get rid of Trump. Unbelievable. Well, the carnage of civilization will on their their head — not that they’ll have one.