In case you were not paying attention, the Brandon regime is going to get us all killed.
As reported on Friday, US intelligence, under the direction of Brandon’s handlers, helped Ukraine sink the Russian flagship, the Moskva, in the Black Sea.
Then Brandon insiders leaked the news to The New York Times and NBC News who gladly reported the news.
NBC News reported on the US intelligence behind the sinking of the Moskva.
But that was not all.
The New York Times also reported that the US shared intelligence with Ukraine that led to the targeted killing of senior Russian military leaders.
On Friday Brandon announced ANOTHER $150 million in military aid to Ukraine. The Brandon regime has committed at least $4.5 billion to Ukraine since coming into office.
Brandon and his handlers are pushing the US into a kinetic war with nuclear-armed Russia. And, for some reason the mainstream media cheerleaders are refusing to report what that means for our country and the world.
In 2017 Forbes described what even a “small nuclear war” would look like for life on this planet.
It would likely cause billions of deaths and could end life on the planet
On Nov. 1, 1983, leading Russian and American scientists — including author Carl Sagan — discussed the possible consequences of a nuclear war. Apart from the immediate destruction of infrastructure and the loss of millions of lives, the scientists were mostly concerned about the possible aftermath of such a war. The detonation of some hundreds of atomic bombs would cause a nuclear winter, with disastrous impacts on the environment and human food resources. The ash and dust, transported by the atomic blasts into the higher layers of Earth’s atmosphere, would form a cloud layer, making it impossible for sunlight and heat to reach the surface. Dropping temperatures would plunge Earth into a nuclear winter, maybe for decades or even centuries. Plants, no longer able to produce nutrients by photosynthesis, would quickly die off, followed by the starving animals and finally humans…
…A local, land-based nuclear war, including the hypothetical use of 50 to 100 such tactical bombs, would send five to 6 million tons of dust, ash and soot from the fires into the atmosphere. Rising into higher layers, this smoke would effectively reduce solar radiation on Earth, causing an “atomic autumn.” Temperatures would slightly drop for a quarter of a century, reducing the growing season of plants by between 10 to 40 days. Reduce crop production could lead to widespread famine in an already struggling world. Changes in temperatures also cause a shift in weather patterns. The precipitation during the monsoon, providing rain for millions of people in Asia, could decrease as much as 20% to 80%. As such large circulation patterns as the monsoon have global effects, also Africa, Australia and the Americas could become drier. Estimated 1 to 2 billion people could face starvation, as much victims as a global nuclear war would claim. Unrest quickly would spread, followed by further conflicts over the limited resources.