Russian Warships And Nuclear Sub in Cuba | 90 Miles From The U.S.

Russian Warships And Nuclear Sub in Cuba | 90 Miles From The U.S.

War at our door, literally! Russian warships and nuclear sub in Cuba could annihilate all of America before U.S. ‘assets in the area’ could stop them.

While the media is busy falsely claiming that U.S. "assets in the area" are capable of mitigating threats to America from Russian warships and a nuclear submarine in Cuba, just 90 miles from the U.S., what they aren't admitting is that a nuclear strike against America can hit us in about two minutes.

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No warning, no chance to get out of the way, only being able to pray it isn't a direct hit or close enough for radiation to take you out in a brutally painful way.

In the meantime, while the U.S.-led NATO might be on Russia's doorstep, an American response will do far less damage to Russia's people than a Russian nuclear strike on America would do to us, because as we have previously noted, Russia has updated their nuclear bunkers for their citizenry, while America's underground bunkers are only meant for nation leaders, Military and their families.

Yes, Russia has been at our door before but only once when tensions have been this high, during the Cuban Missile Crisis, but Biden is not JFK, and he does not have a naval blockade around Cuba, nor did the U.S. spend considerable effort to poke at the Russian president at every given opportunity, while butting into the Russia/Ukraine war. Also, weapons, including nuclear weapons, were not as advanced as they are in present day.

Below is an excerpt from Fox News via MSN, who is also downplaying the dangers.

Russia's fleet of warships in Cuba poses a "limited threat" to the U.S. mainland and its Navy, an expert said, but the move by Russian President Vladimir Putin is far from unprecedented.

Rear Adm. Mark Montgomery (ret.) told Fox News Digital that U.S. assets in the area are more than capable of outmaneuvering the three warships and lone nuclear submarine that arrived in Cuba on Wednesday. 

"There have been three of these incidents in the past 20 years, so it's a traditional, normal-sized deployment despite being infrequent," Montgomery said, though he did note the inclusion of the submarine is "somewhat more interesting."

In the meantime we have a U.S. attack submarine, which is supposed to make us feel better about a nuclear submarine on our doorstep.

I am sure the people of Florida, or any other place Russia is capable of hitting while 90 miles from the U.S., are comforted to know that should Russia nuke them, we'll be able to attack that nuclear submarine afterwards.

Real comforting, yes? No.

Below, we delve into a warning from someone that knows Russia far better than the Biden regime, or our U.S. military.... an ex-KGB spy.


Newsweek, via MSN, headlines a piece with "Ex-KGB Spy 'Worried' About Russian Warships Near Florida."

Since he now lives in the U.S. he has cause to be worried. Although his concern is that with tensions so high between the U.S. and Russia, there might be an "accidental" launch. His subsequent comments though tell us that any launch, won't truly be accidental.

Jack Barsky tells NewsNation "You've got to be worried about this kind of stuff. You can't look at this as just a routine exercise. It has to be seen against the background where Putin is stating that he's actually fighting the West in the Ukraine."

Make no mistake, if Russia launches a nuke at the U.S., it'll be no accident, but rather a direct order from Putin, since the U.S. is not only meddling in Russia's region, we are arming their enemy, and recent reports indicate that the Biden regime, whatever lunatic is actually running things, have agreed to allow U.S. weapons to be used by Ukraine, to attack inside of Russia.

The Biden administration has quietly given Ukraine permission to strike inside Russia — solely near the area of Kharkiv — using U.S.-provided weapons, three U.S. officials and two other people familiar with the move said Thursday, a major reversal that will help Ukraine to better defend its second-largest city.

Barsky is correct, the U.S. is using Ukraine as a proxy against Russia, so Putin is correct, we are in a war with Russia.


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