Surprising as it may sound, the US military is by no means as strong as it is claimed. As an article in the Atlantic (July 27, 2019) mentioned, the most recent 4th of July parade looked more like a “military antiques road show.” The development and placement of intermediate-range missiles seems to be years away, and newer sophisticated weapons and bombers don’t seem to have found their way into the US military. The Bible prophecies a nuclear attack on the USA in the very near future. Will America even be prepared militarily to meet such a challenge?
After grudgingly signing the bi-partisan congressional “deal,” which gave him only a fraction of the desired funds for building a wall or barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border, President Trump also declared a national emergency with the intent to reallocate funds to finance the building of the wall. While legal scholars and politicians question the constitutionally of such a move, others point at the laws, arguably allowing him to relocate funds in certain respects. On February 15, President Trump explained in detail his rationale for his national emergency declaration and the reallocation of funds. What will happen next?