This is a fact: all issues are forgotten when a large national catastrophe or war happens. Sometimes the “war” is manufactured to coalesce the nation into the course of action mandated by the ruling class. A unification of the people is a strength, even if it is directed for the wrong reasons. The opposite (diversification) is a weakness. President Trump’s daily successes have overwhelmed the Democrat Party. They have no solutions and their course of action is to repeat what has worked for them in the past: war.
When I say war, I don’t mean a quick skirmish or launching smart missiles to teach a lesson. I mean all out nuclear world war to reduce the world’s population to the “manageable” levels that the world’s globalists intend: 500 million. War is peace as outlined in 1984:
So the Democrats now want to attack Russia. For political power. Let us pray that we make it to November.
Rep. Steve Cohen, (D-TN) – the guy who wanted to give disgraced FBI agent Peter Strzok the Purple Heart – told The Hill‘s Buck Sexton and Krystal Ball that Russian interference was clearly an act of war, and that the U.S. should have hit back with attacks on Russian targets.
And the complicit media propaganda:
Members of the House and Senate have been briefed, but remain deadlocked in partisan bickering. Some in the House have spent more time investigating the investigators than they have in trying to hold Russia accountable. Trump’s suggestion to accept Russian investigators into this process adds a new layer to the sideshow. When right of the boom feels like left of the boom, it’s easy to miss the fact that what the Kremlin did—is doing—was, and is, an act of war.