Health Ranger Report: Steve Quayle tells Mike Adams which US cities would be hit first if nuclear war breaks out
Steve Quayle has warned the public which cities would be targeted first for annihilation
during a nuclear war involving the United States.
In a recent interview with the Health Ranger Mike Adams on the "Health Ranger Report," Quayle said the objective of America's enemies would be to take out the heads of the country's governing structures and to prevent its remnants from continuing its essential operations.
In the U.S., agencies are able to continue operating under disaster circumstances. This is known as the continuity of government (COG) principle.
"Washington, D.C., New York … and every COG base [will be hit first]," said Quayle. He added that the Russians have already admitted that in the event of a nuclear war they will conduct multiple strikes on key U.S. cities
and other targets to prevent the government from reforming.
"I don't have to speculate. The Russians have told them continuity of government base or the deep underground military bases [will be hit first]."
Other experts agree with Quayle. Dr. Irwin Redlener, a professor at Columbia University's
Mailman School of Public Health, noted that four other cities aside from Washington, D.C. and New York City have the highest risk of being targeted first in a nuclear war: Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Houston.
Redlener warned that not only are these cities some of the largest and densest in the country, but they are also home to critical infrastructure
, including energy plants, financial hubs, government facilities and wireless transmission systems. This makes these six cities very important targets to be hit first.
In 2017, Russian state media noted that other key targets for Russian nukes
include the Pentagon, Camp David, Jim Creek Naval Radio Station in Washington state, Fort Ritchie in Maryland and McClellan Air Force Base in California.
Government pushing America into nuclear war
Quayle told Adams that the U.S. is already walking toward a nuclear war. (Related: World War III has already begun, but the truth is being withheld from the public until the very last moment
"In my opinion, we are dealing with the positioning for the nuclear World War III
," said Quayle. He added that a lot of people are disagreeing with his prediction, but he countered by pointing out that the United States may already be attacking Russia. "We're watching missile trails – interceptor missile trails – in Russian territory. Who would be the ones to launch a missile that Russia would try and intercept?"
Adams agreed and put forward the possibility that the Department of Defense
would try to frame Russia as the aggressor in the event of a nuclear war by claiming that it struck Ukraine with a nuclear missile and the U.S. only retaliated in self-defense.
"I wouldn't be surprised if the Pentagon launched a nuclear missile [at] Ukraine to blame it on Russia. I wouldn't put it past them," he said.
Quayle pointed out that the American people don't know the U.S. is walking toward a nuclear war because the government refuses to be truthful about the country's military activities.
"I want people to understand: There is no honesty, there is no truth, there is no transparency," said Quayle. "There is no desire for the American people to even have a clue of what [really is going on]."
Watch this episode of the "Health Ranger Report" as Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, interviews Steve Quayle about which American cities will be targeted first during a nuclear war
This video is from the Health Ranger Report channel on Brighteon.com
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