Remember all the liberals screeching about Trump dragging the nation into World War III?
Well, last time anyone checked, the Trump administration never made bald declarations about the potential for nuclear war, as the Biden regime did shortly after Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
On the contrary, Trump brokered multiple peace deals in the Middle East.
Biden, however, seems determined to broker war games. After all, Biden began rambling about “Armageddon” shortly after the invasion of Ukraine.
A rather incendiary remark, to put it mildly. And literally.
Now, more than 18 months after Putin invaded, and mere weeks after the devastating terrorist attack on Israel, the White House has decided to up the ante on warmongering by bragging about its alleged nuclear developments.
Apparently, the government is in possession of a nuclear bomb capable of 24 times the damage of the bomb dropped on Hiroshima. And they aren’t afraid to shout about it.
“The B61-13 will strengthen deterrence of adversaries and assurance of allies and partners by providing the President with additional options against certain harder and large-area military targets,” the Pentagon blared.
That’s funny. Something suggests that putting an “America First,” rather than an “America Last,” president in office might be a tad more successful in “deterring” foreign adversaries.
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy John Plumb also gleefully detailed how such a massively destructive bomb will apparently benefit “a highly dynamic security environment.”
“The United States has a responsibility to continue to assess and field the capabilities we need to credibly deter and, if necessary, respond to strategic attacks, and assure our allies … The B61-13 represents a reasonable step to manage the challenges of a highly dynamic security environment. It provides us with additional flexibility,” Plumb boomed.
And exactly what use is such a mega-bomb if it takes one (or two) bad apple presidents to happily sign over the technology to enemies of the state, all in exchange for a few shekels?
Needless to say, the development of such a bomb is hardly in alignment with “New Green Deal nonsense.” After all, wouldn’t a nuclear bomb, which can allegedly cause 24x the damage of Hiroshima, somewhat counteract the carbon emissions reduction goals of the Paris Accord?
Then again, given the gargantuan carbon emissions emanating from the widespread private jet usage of Biden, Buttigieg, Harris, Pelosi, Obama, and so forth, “climate change” is likely yet another ruse used to justify rising authoritarianism, coupled with the erosion of civil liberties.
Thus, just like the COVID hysteria, it should be rather obvious that the government likes to stoke up all kinds of controversy to keep people divided. And, by default, inherently weakened.
One can only imagine which direction the world may go in the next 12 months. Hopefully, it will not veer in a literally nuclear direction.
Author: Jane Jones