It is a scary time to be serving in the U.S. military.
First off, most new recruits are likely to be bombarded with “critical race theory” ideology, which is apparently a top priority of the utterly out of balance Biden administration.
Secondly, recruits are also likely to be overloaded with gendered ideology, and likely disciplined if they fail to use someone’s correct pronouns.
Thirdly, virtually all service members can count on the fact that Biden most likely does not have their back, which is especially evident in the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Fourthly, there is an excellent chance service members will be sent off to fight Russians at some point, especially as Biden has suspiciously deployed at least 3,000 additional troops to Eastern Europe.
An action that was curiously unaddressed at length by the mainstream media, though it certainly suggests the administration mulling a potential strike back against Russia.
Fifthly, and perhaps more importantly, wannabe Emperor Biden, much like his Democrat predecessor Obama, is not only perceived as weak but also “for sale” … which means that nations antagonistic towards the United States feel more emboldened than ever to openly taunt the United States and its troops, as evidenced by a very distressing, recent display of aggression by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) of Iran.
As reported by the Daily Mail, more than 4,000 U.S. troops were subjected to open taunting from drones andspeedboats deployed by the IRGC.
“Dozens of Iranian drones and speedboats swarming two US Navy ships near the Persian Gulf after Washington sent them in to deal with Iran’s renewed threat against one of the world’s most important waterways, dramatic new footage has revealed.
Iran’s navy sent the small vessels to confront the USS Bataan and the USS Carter Hall in the fraught Strait of Hormuz, which sits between the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman, according to a video published on Saturday.
The speedboats were manned with armed soldiers from Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and came within inches of the ships, while drones also taunted the ships and managed to snap pictures right above them,” the outlet reported.
So, in other words, Biden has deployed over 4,000 troops to the Strait of Hormuz, which is responsible for transporting up to 20 percent of the world’s oil supply, and the immediate response of Iran is hardly to cower in fear.
On the contrary, the IRGC feels emboldened enough to take pictures of sensitive military equipment, which is enough to set anyone on the ship on edge.
Even more ironically, this aggression comes on the heels of Iran becoming increasingly emboldened over the “past two years,” targeting at least 20 different internationally flagged tankers … a time period that just happens to coincide with Biden being “elected” and subsequently installed into the White House.
This nation, by the way, is the same one that Obama cozied up to during this presidency, a coziness promptly squashed by Trump when he came into office.
Needless to say, nerves are certainly high at this point in time, as it is unclear what the IRGC will do with the footage it obtained.
And, in case anyone is counting on even “strong words” from Washington at this point in time, it appears they will need to keep on waiting.
“Washington has still not commented on the tense situation,” the Daily Mail noted.
What a non-surprise.
Plenty of other individuals have commented, however, with a fair degree of humor in some cases.
“The Iranians were just confused. They were just trying to send the big guy his 10 percent of the money he just released to the regime,” one individual drawled.
As humorous as that remark is, it may well be more sadly on point than most would like to acknowledge.
Especially as the “Big Guy” is pulling in millions for his administration by actually selling off Trump’s border wall, piecemeal.
As the news media has also barely covered that story, who knows how much the Biden regime is profiteering on the side.
“The world was a much safer place when Trump was President,” another individual remarked soberly.
One can only hope that a sense of safety may return in the imminent future, preferably sooner, rather than later.
Author: Jane Jones