I don't think this is a laughing matter tbh. The U.S. lawmakers and the U.S. politicians along with their "Failperts" have simply lost touched with reality and the consequences of what A REAL WAR looks like and what can happen to their overhyped military going against an almost near peer adversary in China and Russia.lol, strategic ambiguity is de facto dead
I don't know if you think China and Xi are being a p...y because it's still unable to flex or even drop the hammer down a.k.a. start a military conflict in defense of Chinese sovereignity over Taiwan despite the many in-your-face provocations by the "Let's Go Brandon" administration. Is the reluctance of Xi pressing for military case in Taiwan due to the enormous economic implications for both China and Taiwan, not to mention the potential loss of Chinese lives in both places. What's the strategic picture and environment in the world for China post-conflict.
The U.S. in my opinion has not thought the worst case scenarios not just for it's military and country but for the world as a whole. A conflict between China and the U.S. due to blatant U.S. provocations will cause untold damage and suffering to the world. I think we ought to be circumspect and sober, not to mention realistic that the outcome of the war will be terrible for humanity period and that China and the core of Chinese leadership's actions are quite restraint and for obvious reasons. But if such actions (constant visits from U.S. politicians) are being done to the point that public pressure combined with the need to show resolve and action from the Chinese public the CPC will have to take action come what may then what?
America and the Americans for some messed up reason can't really help to rid itself from it's addiction of military misadventurism. It can't and will not accept that it's role in the world along with her power have been diminishing and is no longer the world hegemonic power. God help us all.