American Warships Prepare for the ‘Mother of All Wars’

Iran’s Muslim extremist regime recently escalated tensions that have the U.S. Navy poised for a show of force.

Iranian General Alireza Tangsiri, who heads the radical regime’s Revolutionary Guard, claims the rogue nation has seized full control of the Strait of Hormuz that connects the Persian and Oman gulfs. The Strait of Hormuz provides passage to the open ocean and Iran has routinely threatened to stymie the oil flow through military force on the water.

“We can ensure the security of the Persian Gulf and there is no need for the presence of aliens like the U.S. and the countries whose home is not in here,” Iranian Gen. Tangsiri reportedly stated.

“All the carriers and military and non-military ships will be controlled and there is full supervision over the Persian Gulf. Our presence in the region is physical and constant and night and day.”

Following the announcement that the U.S. plans to increase sanctions against the hardline regime for its ongoing nuclear development and funding of terrorism, Ayatollah Khamenei threatened that Iran would shut down all oil flow through the Strait in response. The vast majority of Saudi Arabia’s oil, an American ally, travels through the strait.

Iran has been practicing what is commonly known as “swarming drills” that are designed to allow its smaller boats to engage massive American warships. Iran’s recent exercises reportedly included more than 100 small crafts such as speed boats and flotillas.

Earlier this year, the regime outfitted these watercrafts with faster engines and more fuel capacity. Iranian boats have also reportedly been armed with short-range missiles and shoreline installations appear ready to fire on passing ships. The moves are widely viewed as a strategy to shut down the oil trade and combat the U.S. Navy.

Trump Administration officials have rejected even the possibility of allowing Iran’s aggressive behavior to stand.

U.S. Navy Will Defend Middle East Allies

The Muslim extremists that steamrolled Obama have apparently not reconciled the differences between the two administrations.

Iran was able to secure upwards of $150 billion in extortion money from the Obama Administration in exchange for an agreement that failed to curb its nuclear weapons aspirations. The extremists took that money and funded terrorism against Americans and Western allies. They also captured sailors and published humiliating videos of the Americans on their knees. Iran is fast discovering this will no longer stand.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran does not control the Strait of Hormuz. The Strait is an international waterway,” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reportedly said in a Twitter post. “The United States will continue to work with our partners to ensure freedom of navigation and free flow of commerce in international waterways.”

American military leaders have lined up to support extraordinary measures should Iran impede even a single vessel in the region.

American Navy Stands Ready

In recent months, Iran’s Pres. Hassan Rouhani has gone on record claiming he will give America the “mother of all wars.” The play on words stems from Pres. Trumps dropping the MOAB (Mother of all Bombs) on an entrenched underground terrorist outpost. The impact was complete and final for the ISIS militants.

Pres. Trump responded to Rouhani in kind, asserting that he would “suffer the consequences the like of which few throughout history have ever suffered before. We are no longer a country that will stand for your demented words of violence and death. Be cautious!”

\Current American military leaders appear unflappable in their resolve to bring a total military response to any Iranian aggression at sea.

“The U.S. and our partners provide and promote security and stability in the region on a daily basis,” U.S. Naval Forces Central Command spokeswoman Lt. Chloe Morgan reportedly said. “Together, we stand ready to ensure the freedom of navigation and the free flow of commerce wherever international law allows.”

U.S. Central Command Gen. Joseph Votel indicated that Iran may deploy mines or use explosive crafts to obstruct the waterway. However, the U.S. fleet has been training for such possibilities.

In a break from the policy of “strategic patience” coveted by the previous administration, Obama’s former National Security Advisor broke with the liberal’s position.

“I personally would like to see, if they ever did something in the Strait of Hormuz, I would like to see their navy disappear,” four-star Gen. Jim Jones reportedly said. He went on to denounce Iran as “an existential threat to the region.”

Should Iran throw down the gauntlet for the mother of all wars, the U.S. Navy is prepared to make short work of them.

~ Christian Patriot Daily


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