U.S. To Deploy Nukes To Britain Amid Rising Tensions

Since the 46th president of the United States entered the oval office in January of 2021, things have been tumultuous and chaotic in the international and domestic states of American affairs. At home, record levels of inflation brought about by trillions of dollars of reckless government spending promoted by Biden have decimated the American working class, devaluing the dollar and causing the already shrinking middle class to bear even heavier financial burdens. Millions of illegal migrants enter the southern border into the nation every year under the presidents watch, and crime levels in urban centers and suburbs have increased. In every aspect of domestic life, things are on a decline. Internationally, foreign adversaries of America like Russia and China have been emboldened. Following Biden’s botched withdrawal from Afghanistan in the summer of 2021 in which 13 servicemembers died, Russia invaded Ukraine in the winter of 2022 and remains stalemated in a bloody conflict. In the pacific, China remains aggressive and threatens U.S. dominance in the region, sending hundreds of planes over the island of Taiwan.

In October 2023, the terrorist  group Hamas invaded Israel and killed over 1,000 civilians. While some had the audacity to blame a conversation that Donald Trump had in 2017 with a Russian official for being impactful and a reason for the attack, not many in the mainstream media have criticized the incumbent President Joe Biden for his weak leadership. Biden attempted to revive the Iran Nuclear deal when he entered the White House, after Trump ended it. The deal previously sent billions to the nation which is closely aligned with terrorist groups. While Iran has denied involvement in the Hamas attack, the truth remains unclear.

As international tensions continue to rise, America appears to be taking action in preparation for a major world war. Recently, the nation has made plans to likely deploy nuclear weapons to Great Britain for the first time in 15 years.