Trump’s Election Results In MAJOR Homeland Safety Improvement…Threat HUGELY Downgraded

The election of Donald Trump as America’s 45th president has spurred all kinds of reactions.

And despite what the news wants to cover, and apparently that is only that people are mad about the election and therefore protesting, some of these have been very positive.

Especially when the reaction has to do our homeland safety.

As a result of Trump’s election, the Defcon Warning System, a private organization monitoring world events to estimate the nuclear threat against America, has downgraded that threat to the lowest level on a scale of one to five, one being the lowest.

From Express:

Just weeks ago, the warning was accelerated to Level 3, following increased tensions between U.S. and Russia, with insiders fearing the West was creeping closer to nuclear war.

Level 3 means U.S. troops could be mobilized in as little as 15 minutes.

But the group, made up of experts claiming to have contacts within the U.S. security industry, have seen Donald Trump’s election win as a pacifier for Russian relations.

The group wrote on its website: “The United States took a tentative step toward a more isolationist policy with its recent presidential election.

“While it will take several months to see how the U.S. reforms its foreign policy, already some world leaders have expressed hope that relations could improve, including Russia and Syria. “If the new U.S. President keeps to his previous statements, look for the United States to withdraw somewhat from military confrontations in the Middle East and possibly European theater, though it is highly unlikely it will abandon NATO commitments, and the Ukraine will likely pop up again in the near future. “Russia, however, will probably wait to see what the new President does, as well as now being hampered by the coming winter.”Donald Trump’s election as president of America was welcomed by Vladimir Putin, leader of the U.S.’ biggest rival, Russia. For most, if not all of us, this is a welcome development in U.S.-Russian relations. Who could be upset at the possibility of ramping back the imminence of nuclear annihilation?

Source: Express

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