“Whatever happened to the public promise to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution as it is written? That’s in the oath all in government have taken. That is the oath that the president and his Republican allies reject.”
Saber rattling hits critical mass when at least one side actually wants a war. The Gulf of Tonkin, “weapons of mass destruction,” and now “enveloping fire.” How North Korea’s threat to target missiles at an area of the Pacific ocean 20 miles from Guam became U.S.’ latest pretext for a “preemptive” war.
When North Korea responded to U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent threats by “seriously considering a strategy to strike Guam,” the war sharks in Washington smelled blood in the water. The next day, headlines across both the