For decades, the US Military has been the undisputed #1 most powerful force on the planet. Its soldiers have a presence in nearly every state and landmass on the globe. There are hundreds of military bases all over and there are likely many more covert military installations throughout every area of the world, as well. The Heritage Foundation conducted an in-depth analysis of the US Military’s capability and readiness in 2023, which should be very encouraging for true patriots.
Some people have been worried that China’s shipbuilding capability is more than 20 times greater than ours, but it’s probably nothing to worry about. The US Military still spends far more money each year than China or any other country, so we can all rest assured knowing that we are safe.
In 2023, the Army missed its recruiting goal by 15,000 soldiers, or 25%. The Army, Air Force, and Navy, all expect to miss their goals in 2023. But this is probably the result of the military being too awesome for most people.
Since 2021, it has been no secret that the 81 year old Commander in Chief (the ultimate leader of the US Military) has had dementia, which continues to worsen with his advanced age. But the military remains very strong and prepared for anything, including meeting diversity standards and recruiting transgender soldiers. While Biden is the Commander in Chief of the armed forces, the operations are generally run by the Secretary of Defense. Biden’s SecDef is Lloyd Austin. The 70 year old has served in the military for nearly 50 years and retired as a 4-star general. He is clearly a very capable leader.
On January 1st, Austin was rushed to the hospital by ambulance and has been in the intensive care unit since. He and his team didn’t inform Biden about the hospitalization, so it’s probably nothing major. His deputy secretary happened to be on vacation in Puerto Rico when he was hospitalized, but that shouldn’t be much of an issue, as she can easily work remotely. The deputy SecDef and the Biden administration didn’t know until Jan. 4 that Austin had been hospitalized, because Austin’s chief of staff was out sick with the flu, according to USA Today.
While the US Military remains well organized and ready for any enemy, states like New Hampshire and Texas are considering seceding from the union. The separationists must be ignorant of how powerful and prepared the DC Empire is for battle. And they are obviously unaware how many Americans would want the federal government to declare war and launch a ground invasion against any state that declared independence from the union. We may not know exactly what’s going on at the Pentagon but we do know that there are no valid reasons to support secession, especially from the strongest and cohesive union the world has ever known.
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