Trump Targets California With “Game Changer” City Block Nuke Missile Test

A foreboding new Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today examining findings related to the long-duration Tu-160 strategic nuclear armed bombers over flights of the Arctic, notes these flight crews having registered an unannounced ballistic missile test firing from within this region on 29 January—a test firing preceded by an alert message emanating from the United States Navy Ohio-Class ballistic missile submarine USS Tennessee (SSBN-734), that left its homeport at Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay in Georgia-USA in late December-2019 to begin patrol exercises in Arctic waters—and was a test seeing this submarine launching a ballistic missile using the North Pole route to reach its State of California target destination, where upon reentering the atmosphere, its streaking through the sky caused concerns among this State’s citizens unknowing of what was occurring—but instead of these American citizens being concerned about this missile’s reentry into their skies, should more rightly see them becoming panicked—because, for the first time in history, the USS Tennessee set sail with the “Game Changing” new and controversial low-yield W76-2 nuclear warhead—a warhead that detonates on the ground to create a fireball just over 490-feet wide, wherein everything is incinerated—which designates it as a type of “city block” weapon device unsuitable for nuclear armed great-nation warfare—as in this type of warfare, nuclear weapons would vaporize entire cities and large-scale military bases—thus leading to the question as to whom President Donald Trump, who ordered this nuclear weapon to be rapidly developed and deployed, is intending to use it against…

via Trump Targets California With “Game Changer” City Block Nuke Missile Test

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