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RINO Sen. Roger Wicker: 'First use nuclear' strike is fine

• By: Dr. Steve LaTulippe

He has plenty of support from both colors of the Cabal. Many of our illustrious Uniparty senators sided with erroneously named Democrats to gift Ukraine with more laundry money, to the tune of $60 billion. Why? Because war is a lucrative business for politicians. But it's deadly to millions of innocent human beings who just want to live their lives in peace. No, happy days are not here again!

Especially when we consider that the White House criminals always foretell what they plan to do and then do it. Senator Wicker stated it very plainly: "I would not rule out American troops on the ground." And then he speaks the heart of his contentment. "You know, we don't rule out first use nuclear." First, use nuclear! Do we understand the impact of that statement? Do we realize just what this congressional war machine has just said? We had better!

A nuclear first strike has always been considered a viable (no pun intended) option in the age of thermonuclear warfare, but only under the doctrine of mutually assured destruction as a principle of deterrence. In other words, "If you dare to strike us, we'll launch and hit you first." Both of us would be exterminated and wiped off the face of the planet. Has anything changed since the first nuclear bomb was detonated on June 16, 1945?

Definitely. Nuclear power technology has figuratively exploded. The "Little Boy" nuclear warhead dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, was a 15 kiloton (kt) bomb. The "Fat Man" Nagasaki strike carried a 22kt payload. In 2020, the U.S. Trident missiles wielded a 455kt package, while Russia's SS missiles packed a walloping 800kt. That's over 53 times the atomic energy that was unleashed on Hiroshima. Can you imagine the havoc even one such bomb would unleash on a high-density population? It's beyond thinkable. But that's not our only consideration these days.

The emergence of hypersonic missile technology now guarantees destruction in minutes, not hours. And Russia is leading the pack in weapon delivery as well as tonnage. Nuclear warheads can now decimate huge cities instantaneously. Imagine hundreds of these lethal airborne projectiles launched against us at once and with only a 30-minute ETA. How long would it take for our government to notify the public? Would they? Would it matter?


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