When Tulsi gets on the debate stage in a few weeks, she’s going to talk about an issue that no other candidate wants to touch: the very real possibility of nuclear war.
The stakes really are this high. Military and political leaders who have carried the heavy responsibility of the nuclear football are outspoken about how immediate the threat of nuclear war really is.* And every day, President Trump, national security advisor John Bolton and the State Department push us closer to a war with other nuclear powers like Russia, China or North Korea that would have catastrophic consequences.
We need your help to keep Tulsi — and this critical issue — on the debate stage. She’s the lone voice of clarity, reason and urgency about this immediate and existential threat not only to our country but to all of humanity and our planet. In order to do that, we need to meet the DNC requirement of 130k new donors by August 28th.
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It’s easy to get why politicians courting voters and donors want to avoid this issue. It’s alarming and depressing. Even the scientists who invented the atom bomb were horrified when they understood the annihilation they would cause.
And today, over 70 years later, scientists are still only beginning to understand the real consequences of nuclear war, finding that even a “small” nuclear conflict would plunge the planet into a nuclear winter. According to two scientists who have studied the issue for over 30 years, over 5 million tons of smoke would pour into the atmosphere causing global temperatures and global food production to plummet.
Tulsi has put preventing nuclear war on the top of her agenda because she’s a soldier and she knows what war looks like. She’s also committed to service, not politics or celebrity. Tulsi alone has the courage to face the inevitability of nuclear war if we don’t take action now to stop it.
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*Military and political leaders including Henry Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski, President Jimmy Carter, General James Cartwright and hundreds of others have spoken out about the threat of nuclear war and many have advocated for eliminating nuclear weapons.