President Donald Trump has been “talking to friends about the possibility of asking Attorney General Jeff Sessions to consider prosecuting” special counsel Robert Mueller and members of his team on unstated charges as part of the administration’s effort to discredit and defang the Russia investigation. One Trump adviser explained to the network, “Here's how it would work: 'We're sorry, Mr. Mueller, you won't be able to run the federal grand jury today because he has to go testify to another federal grand jury.’"
Trump is extremely dangerous and volatile. He will do anything to stop the investigation of “The Trump Organization.”
A war on the Korean Peninsula will autonomously (Dead Hand) engulf the Northern Hemisphere in thermonuclear fire.
The 1st target is command centers buried deep in the earth on both sides. All government entities near DC & Moscow would be incinerated. Minutes later multiple commanders stationed world wide on both sides would then attack their designated targets in North America, Europe, Russia and China. One broadside from a Borei Class Sub can burn 100 U.S. cities & begin nuclear winter.
Most life in the Northern Hemisphere would be extinguished in minutes.
Radiation poisoning would kill the remaining life of the Northern Hemisphere in a few months. A decade of darkness would starve to death most, probably all, people left alive in the Southern Hemisphere.
A Nagasaki style atomic fission bomb is just a “blasting cap” for a hydrogen fusion bomb.
Most people, such as the “preppers”, that assume nuclear war is survivable is based on information from the nuclear attacks in Japan. Stories of Japanese jumping into boiling water to escape flames are unrealisticly optimistic in modern thermonuclear war.
"The president’s difficult hand could change over the next few months, Woolley said: the stock market’s record strength may yet dissipate, and North Korea remains a major political and security risk.
'There are some serious things that could still happen,” he said. “We’re a long way from knowing for sure.”
Trey Gowdy this week became the 38th Republican to announce their departure since Trump’s inauguration – and Democrats are optimistic
Alan Yuhas Last modified on Thu 1 Feb 2018 06.08 EST