RNC Releases Explosive Video: ‘We’re Closer to WWIII Than We Have Been in My Lifetime’ – WATCH

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RNC Releases Explosive Video: ‘We’re Closer to WWIII Than We Have Been in My Lifetime’ – WATCH

The Republican National Committee (RNC) released an unnerving video on Sunday featuring several GOP representatives warning of an impending WW III while slamming Joe Bide’s record regarding the military and veterans.

The video, featuring Republican Reps. Wesley Hunt of Texas, Brian Mast of Florida, Derrick Van Orden of Wisconsin, Mike Waltz of Florida, and Ryan Zinke of Montana criticize Biden’s “botched” Afghanistan withdrawal and the ongoing Ukrainian-Russian conflict.

The video also highlights how the the world was more “peaceful” and “stable” under President Donald Trump.

“We are closer to World War Three than we have been in my lifetime,” Van Orden said in the video.

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“And I joined the Navy under Ronald Reagan.”

During Biden’s disastrous Afghanistan withdrawal in 2021, 3 servicemen and 170 Afghans were killed in an ISIS-K suicide bombing, while seven billion dollars worth of military equipment were left to the Taliban.

73% of veterans said the withdrawal negatively affected how they view the Global War on Terror, while 83% said they were dissatisfied with the lack of accountability

“When I look at Joe Biden and his approach to bearing the weight of being commander in chief, the leader of the United States military, he doesn’t deserve that title,” Mast said in the video.

“He has never acted as a commander in chief.”

“We’re weak globally and the world sees this,” Zinke said in the video.

“We were not weak under President Trump. The world was more stable, it was more peaceful, because he provided the leadership necessary to mean that if you mess with us as consequences.”

In 2019, Trump signed an executive order forgiving federal student loan debt for permanently disabled U.S. military.

In 2018, he signed the VA MISSION Act, enhancing healthcare choices for veterans, and improved educational benefits available through the GI Bill.

“He loves his country, and he loves his military,” Zinke said in the video.

“And under President Trump and his commander in chief, you know, the military would be supported 100%.”

“We want a military that’s always going to be ready to fight, but only when necessary,” Hunt said.

“And if you recall, during President Trump’s four years in office, there were no new wars. We had the Abraham accords. We had world peace.”