China Uses US Replica Warships for Target Practice

Satellite images have revealed China built US warship replicas and is using them for target practice. A report from NBC reveals China’s military built replicas of the US Navy’s aircraft carriers and destroyers in a deserted military zone.

China’s military has launched several attacks against the US Navy carrier look-a-likes in training for a potential US and Taiwan attack.

In recent months, the US and Taiwan reportedly angered China for their usage of the Taiwan Strait. In return, China has been practicing numerous exercises in the air and in the sea near Taiwan’s border.

Earlier in the month, the CCP called for the people of China to stock up on food, which raises speculation. Will China take advantage of Biden’s weakness and attempt to take Taiwan once and for all?

China’s Navy is Now the Largest in the World

In recent weeks, China has officially surpassed every Navy in the world in size; they can now boast of having the world’s largest Navy. China’s Navy has close to 356 warships and submarines, whereas the US has 296.

China is also working on engineering its aircraft carrier warship with state-of-the-art technology. The US, however, already has 11 aircraft carrier warships; so, China still has a way to go to overcome America in that category.

Russia has likewise been a rising threat when it comes to its Navy, too. It is projected that by 2022, Russia will have built two more nuclear submarines. Russia has also gone on the offensive in the Arctic and built huge military bases on the frozen tundra.

The U.S. Navy’s Response

In response, the U.S. Navy continued what they have done best in recent years; that’s play woke politics. The Navy’s most recent move was naming a new oil carrier after gay rights leader Harvey Milk.

Milk was a member of the Navy before receiving dishonorable discharge for being gay (although, allegedly, the details of his discharge haven’t been publicly released).

Milk ended up becoming a politician in San Francisco. That was before he was assassinated after being San Francisco’s first public official who was openly gay.

While members of the LGBTQ community and the US Navy champion Milk as a hero, many conservative voices (such as Matt Walsh) claim Milk preyed on boys as young as 15.

It’s clear the glory days of the US military have faded away. Sadly, our perception of the US military is greater than what the military actually is.

This is not a knock against our brave men and women who serve in the military, but a knock against the leadership at the Department of Defense. If Taiwan does get invaded by China one day, it shouldn’t be a surprise to any of us at all.