‘How To Avoid World War III’: Vivek Ramaswamy Tells Tucker He Wants Heads On Spikes


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Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy joined Daily Caller co-founder Tucker Carlson to discuss how best to avoid World War III during Wednesday’s episode of “Tucker On X.”

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“The stakes are higher than many Americans understand,” Carlson explained in his opening monologue. “It’s easy to imagine several other nations getting pulled into the conflict between Israel and Hamas. Those countries would include Russia, Iran, Turkey, China, Saudi Arabia, the Gulf states, and possibly many more.” And not all of those countries would take the same side of the U.S. in supporting Israel’s protection from the Hamas terrorist organization.

In fact, most of them wouldn’t take our side, Carlson noted, which would be a huge problem. We have a weak military, and very few allies, so what do we do?

Ramaswamy joined Carlson to help further set the scene and to discuss the best options for mitigating the outbreak of WWIII. Ramaswamy argued the U.S. needs to remember the mistakes of our all-too-recent past, like getting into trillions of dollars worth of debt for two failed wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Two wars that were not well planned, and had no clear objective.

A similar emotionally-driven invasion of Gaza by Israel without a planned end goal is risky and crosses a line that terrorist group Hezbollah has already said Israel can’t cross without repercussion. (RELATED: George Soros Defended Hamas In Horrendous 2007 Article)

And in such a situation, the U.S. has to get involved in helping Israel, Ramaswamy noted. But the “elephant in the room” is Israel’s lack of clearly defined objectives in launching a ground attack on Hamas in Gaza. Without clear objectives, it’s hard for the U.S. to assist. And if the U.S. does assist, we open ourselves up to attack from the same terrorist organizations here on our soil.

So basically, it’s up to Israel to define their objective. One example Ramaswamy’s suggested is to kill the people in Hamas who slaughtered, kidnapped, and rape thousands of men, women, and children in Gaza. He wants their heads on stakes along the border, either metaphorically or literally, as a deterrent to others who threaten the safety of America and our allies.