Imagine if your presidential reelection was stolen from you by a cadre of radical leftists posing as well-meaning Democrats along with Deep State intelligence agents and federal law enforcement agencies.
Now imagine that as a result of your “defeat,” the country you ran for four years has regressed into a globalist hellhole where everything is more expensive, more inefficient, and more dangerous.
You’d be in utter disbelief.
That’s Donald Trump’s sentiment exactly.
The Former President of the United States echoed his concerns that America may be in unprecedented danger as Joe Biden becomes dangerously close to launching a full-scale war with both Russia and China.
Trump was interviewed on Monday by conservative radio talk show host John Fredericks. The two discussed a bevy of topics, most notably this year’s midterm primary elections and the success of candidates endorsed by Trump. They also touched on the utter dismay felt by most Americans since Joe Biden took the helm and possible threats of nuclear war.
“Our country has probably never been worse than it is right now. I think we’re in the greatest danger ever of a nuclear war,” Trump said on Outside the Beltway.
Nuclear weapons have not been deployed since the United States dropped bombs on two Japanese cities at the end of World War II. There have been periods of heightened nuclear tension, such as the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 between the U.S. and Soviet Russia.
However, countries with nuclear capabilities have long maintained healthy diplomatic relations — that is until now.
Nuclear threats are back in the news as a collective Red Scare sweeps across the nation.
For example, Joint Chiefs Chairman and retired Adm. Mike Mullen warned over the weekend that the U.S. should prepare for the “possibility” of Russia using a nuclear weapon.
Oftentimes threats of nuclear war happen within the federal government, especially when an ‘undesirable’ leader is at the helm.
Remember when Democrats shrieked that Donald Trump would have control of America’s nuclear arsenal?
Similarly, Gen. Milley, Joe Biden’s Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, warned that Trump could “go rogue” and took steps to secure the nuclear launch process after the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, according to the 2021 book Peril by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa.
As President, Trump sought to diminish North Korea’s nuclear capabilities. He famously warned dictator Kim Jong-Un that any threats would be met with “fire and fury” from the United States.
Trump said Monday that he “never thought” the imminent threat of nuclear war would happen. “We’re not a respected country anymore.”
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It’s hard to imagine just how shocked Donald Trump must be to witness the downfall of our once-great country.
Author: Nolan Sheridan