Russia threatened to vaporize US cities — here are the areas in the US most likely to be hit in a nuclear attack | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Russia threatened to vaporize US cities — here are the areas in the US most likely to be hit in a nuclear attack

Russian state media on Sunday made a shocking threat, even by its own extreme standards, that detailed how Moscow would annihilate US cities and areas after a nuclear treaty collapsed and put the Cold War rivals back in targeting mode.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has threatened a new Cuban Missile Crisis with deployments near the US's borders and to aim missiles at the cities that command armed forces — but Russia's media took it a step further by naming their new targets.

Hyping up a new hypersonic nuclear-capable missile, Russian state TV on Sunday evening said the Pentagon, Camp David, Jim Creek Naval Radio Station in Washington, Fort Ritchie in Maryland, and McClellan Air Force Base in California, would be targets, according to Reuters.

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Nope.

Reddit_is_Hasbara

Didn't see any mention of USreal placing intermediate range missiles within single-digit flying time of Russian cities.

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