U.S. General Warns Of Surprise Attack From…

This is a hell of a time to have a dementia-ridden president in the White House. But really there is not a good time for that ever, so the Dems really screwed us over. We have a potential conflict with China on the Horizon, whenever they decide to attack Taiwan, and to make matters worse China has hypersonic missiles. U.S. General Hyten feels that we should be concerned about a surprise attack now. But I guess Biden is too busy importing illegals into our country to care.

Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. John Hyten saw the tests and other efforts by China and revealed to CBS News this week that the U.S. should be concerned about a possible surprise nuclear attack.

“They launched a long-range missile,” the general told CBS News. “It went around the world, dropped off a hypersonic glide vehicle that glided all the way back to China, that impacted a target in China.”

When asked if the vehicle hit its intended target, Hyten replied, “Close enough.”

Hypersonic missiles are harder to track than intercontinental ballistic missiles. ICBMs travel in an arc that can be followed and predicted by long-range radar, while hypersonic weapons fly lower to the earth and can evade detection.

“That’s a very significant capability that has the potential to change a lot of things,” he told the outlet. “So we have to be very concerned about that.”

Hyten warned that the hypersonic missiles appear to be a “first-use weapon,” adding, “That’s what those weapons look like to me.”

Asked if he would compare the Chinese test to Sputnik, Hyten replied that “from a technology perspective, it’s pretty impressive. . . But Sputnik created a sense of urgency in the United States. . . The test on July 27 did not create that sense of urgency.¬† I think it probably should create a sense of urgency.”

The government put out a report saying that China is exceeding us more and more militarily every day. So Biden should ramp up our military just so we can keep up. But they don’t seem to care about the welfare of our country on multiple levels.

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