Way to start real time WWIII fears.
After all, what else is one supposed to think when top policymakers begin rambling on about the new “Axis of Evil?”
Presidential candidate Nikki Haley, who is steadily rising in the polls, has declared Americans must “always remember” the imminent threat of an “axis of evil.”
“We have to always remember [that] a win for Russia is a win for China. And we can never let that axis of evil gather any more momentum … There’s an axis of evil in the world: China, Russia, North Korea, and Iran,” Haley warned.
Other officials have also chimed in, amplifying WWIII fears.
Indeed, none other than Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell spelled out what would become the evident reality as soon as Biden rose to power.
“You have to respond to conditions that actually exist that are a threat to the United States. The Iranians are a threat to us as well. And so, this is an emergency. It’s an emergency that we step up and deal with this axis of evil – China, Russia, Iran – because it’s an immediate threat to the United States,” McConnell observed.
For reference, the “Axis of Evil” is a clear allusion to World War II, as said axis consisted of Germany, Italy, and Japan, which warred against the Allied forces of the United States, United Kingdom, and France.
However, leadership of all three nations, in particular the US and UK, was quite a bit different in World War II.
Alas, modern day US and UK leaders are a bit more concerned with woke than war readiness.
Which makes McConnell’s next question quite chilling.
“The question is, is American going to lead?” McConnell intoned.
With Biden at the helm, perhaps the more accurate question is, “Is America going to lose … on purpose?”
After all, consider his track record to date.
“I think the Biden administration sent the wrong signal and they had the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan. I think that was like giving a green light to Putin to go into Ukraine,” McConnell mused.
Yep. Though the green light was also set in place years before under good old Obama, whose regime fostered the Biden family’s ability to make big bucks at the expense of national security.
“And we see that Iran, principal sponsor of terrorism, sending drones to the Russians and attacking – Hezbollah and in this particular situation, Hamas – attacking the Israelis with drones. So, it’s all connected. You can’t separate out one part of it and say we’re only gonna deal with this. It’s all connected,” McConnell brayed.
Without a doubt, it is. Sadly, it’s also “all connected” to the Biden business ventures.
Of course, one of the biggest benefactors of the Biden family has been China, which has escaped most of the verbal wrath of the Biden regime.
In terms of the current war in Israel, McConnell flatly remarks, “we know which side they’re on,” indicating China’s tacit support of the anti-American terrorists.
After all, those terrorists may have been equipped by China’s effective satellite state, North Korea.
And it’s rather clear that President Xi has limited to no fear of Biden.
Quite the contrary, when evaluating his gushing rhetoric over psychopathic Russian President Vladimir Putin.
“President Xi recently declared that they had an endless friendship with the Russians. What more do you need to know about how relevant Ukraine is to Asia and to the Middle East?” McConnell demanded.
Not much. Though Americans likely need to know a whole lot more about the extent of the Biden business dealings to determine the extent of national security they can realistically expect in an actual world war.
If the border is any indication, Americans are woefully unprepared, courtesy of the Biden regime.
“In many ways the world is more endangered today than it has been in my lifetime,” McConnell added morosely.
More than one American concurs.
Author: Ofelia Thornton