The US is "slow-walking its way" into World War III as the "blame game" is in full effect over the Nord Stream pipeline, Fox News says.

Iran PressAmerica: Pressure drops were reported at both the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines running underneath the Baltic Sea on September 26. Three separate leaks were recorded off the coasts of Denmark and Sweden, a few dozen kilometers apart. Both lines of the Nord Stream 1 pipeline were impacted, along with one line of Nord Stream 2. Reports from seismologists based in Denmark and Sweden suggest that sizeable explosions on the order of 100 kilograms of TNT occurred in both incidents. 

Fox News host Dan Bongino warned that the United States could be "slow-walking" into a global conflict after the damage and potential sabotage of the Nord Stream pipeline in Saturday's monologue of "Unfiltered with Dan Bongino."

"We're in a really dangerous place right now. The sabotage of the crucial Nord Stream pipeline — delivers gas from Russia to Germany — is a really big deal. It's the kind of event that can spark a world war," Bongino said.

"I'm worried that the US is slow-walking its way directly into World War III and the guy in the White House has his head — I'll get kicked off cable if I tell you the rest," he added.

So who did it?

The Nord Stream 2 Pipeline is no longer leaking natural gas. But the act of sabotage and who did it remains unsolved. 

This was a deliberate attempt at shutting off gas to Europe. But who is guilty: Russia, which has been accused of using energy as a weapon. But wouldn't that prevent Russia from generating income? Or was it the US, whose president once said if Russia carries through with its special military operation, Nord Stream Pipeline would not be operational?

Russia said on Thursday that leaks spewing gas into the Baltic Sea from pipelines to Germany appeared to be the result of state-sponsored "terrorism," as an EU official said the incident had fundamentally changed the nature of the conflict in Ukraine.


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