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Biden Raises Possibility Of “American Troops Fighting Russian Troops”

Biden Raises Possibility Of “American Troops Fighting Russian Troops” President Joe Biden has raised the possibility of “American troops fighting Russian troops” in a speech urging Congress to put aside “petty, partisan, angry politics” which is holding up his multibillion-dollar aid package for Ukraine. He said that he’s willing to make “significant compromises” with Republicans but that it’s they who’ve been unwilling to back down from their “extreme” demands.  “This cannot wait,” Biden stressed in the televised remarks from the White House. “Congress needs to pass supplemental funding for Ukraine before they break for the holiday recess. Simple as that. Frankly, I think it’s stunning that we’ve gotten to this point in the first place. Republicans in Congress are willing to give Putin the greatest gift he can hope for and abandon our global leadership.” Breaking: Biden raises the possibility of World War 3 with “American troops fighting Russian troops”. To be clear a war between two nuclear powers is guaranteed to end with nuclear war. Didn’t the Democrats insist that Trump would start World War 3? pic.twitter.com/LNYVsdSmZI — Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) December 6, 2023 “I’m willing to make significant compromises on the border. We need to fix the broken border system. It is broken. And thus far I’ve gotten no response,” Biden pleaded. He made the speech after speaking with G7 leaders, who are reportedly alarmed that US funding to Ukraine is set to run dry in a mere three weeks. “If we walk away, how many of our European friends are going to continue to fund and at what rates are they going to continue to fund?” he posed. And that’s when the fear-mongering really kicked into overdrive. He went so far as to say that if Ukraine’s defense isn’t funded, this will lead to the country being steamrolled

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US deploying anti-ship missiles in 2024 to deter China

The United States Navy is planning to deploy anti-ship Tomahawk missiles on submarines next year as part of the Pentagon’s strategy to deter China from invading Taiwan and challenge China’s naval forces. According to a recent statement obtained by Bloomberg News, Captain Jon Hersey, who is the program manager responsible for the “Maritime Strike” version of the Tomahawk missile, indicated that the RTX Corporation missile, which is usually used as a ground-attack weapon, will be deployed on submarines sometime after Oct. 1, 2024. The “Maritime Strike” Tomahawk missiles will be equipped with a new guidance system, which Hersey said will allow the missiles “to engage a mobile target at sea.” Hersey explained that the Navy received the first version of the missiles for testing last year. The deployment of the “Maritime Strike” version of the Tomahawk would provide the U.S. Navy with another resource to help counter China’s rapidly growing fleet. The Pentagon’s most recent assessment of China’s military noted that China’s Navy consists of 370 ships and submarines, while the U.S. Navy has only 291 deployable ships and submarines. According to Bloomberg News, the current schedule for the deployment of the “Maritime Strike” missiles is consistent with a similar timeline the Pentagon has for its 2025 deployment of thousands of drones to the Indo-Pacific region under the Replicator initiative. READ MORE: US Navy responds to China’s accusations The Pentagon’s plan to deploy additional assets to the Indo-Pacific region comes as tensions continue to rise between China and the United States over Taiwan. According to Bloomberg News, the new missiles will be deployed on Virginia and Los Angeles-class submarines. The submarines typically can carry up to 12 land-attack Tomahawk missiles, with some modified submarines capable of carrying 40 Tomahawk missiles. Brent Sadler, former head of the U.S. Navy’s Asia-Pacific Advisory

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