MONDAY, APRIL 9, 2018
Making Missile Strikes Great Again
This Morning at the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane about the quick action Trump vowed after President Trump lashed out at Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his allies Russia and Iran over a suspected chemical attack, saying there will be a “big price to pay.”
“For some idea of what to expect,” Kane explained, “The Blower remembers just a year ago when President Trump was congratulating the U.S. military for executing a missile strike against the Syrian government, taking to Twitter to thank them for their service. Trump’s tweet came as lawmakers from both parties continued to praise the missile strike as a necessary check on Syrian President Bashar Assad’s aggression against his people.
Trump requested a targeted strike against an air base controlled by the Assad regime after the U.S. concluded it launched a nerve agent into a civilian area on Monday, killing dozens of people and leaving more than 100 others injured. You should’ve seen the devastating effects 59,000 pounds of munitions had on Syria’s chemical weapons airbase.
Trump unleashed 60 Tomahawk missiles on the base, obliterating it. No doubt, the aftermath of the attack shows the world the military power of America. This had been in question over the past eight years, while weak and feckless Obama was in office.
Things Have Really Changed.
Let’s Learn Something About Cruise Missiles
A cruise missile is a guided missile, the major portion of whose flight path to its target (a land-based or sea-based target) is conducted at approximately constant velocity; that relies on the dynamic reaction of air for lift, and upon propulsion forces to balance drag. Cruise missiles are designed to deliver a large warhead over long distances with high accuracy. Modern cruise missiles can travel at supersonic or high subsonic speeds, are self-navigating, and can fly on a non-ballistic, extremely low altitude trajectory.
As of 2015, the United States Navy has a stockpile of around 3,500 Tomahawk cruise missiles of all variants, with a combined worth of approximately US $2.6 billion.
It could cost about $60 million to replace the cruise missiles that the U.S. military rained on Syrian targets Thursday night. Each Tomahawk missile, made by Raytheon Co. likely cost $1 million.
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Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane Says The Conservative Agenda Is Now Working On Donald Trump’s Fourth 100 Days To Make America Great Again. Today Was Day Number 444 And There Are Now Only 938 More Days Until Trump’s Re-Election Day on November 3, 2020.