Hear me out. Nearly 400 years ago, the US was a British colony. At the time, Britain was the lone super power of the world. As we all know, the war of 1776 was fought for Independence from Britain. The US won, but did so by the skin of it's teeth and only because the French attacked the British, and the British wasn't able to fight on two fronts. So they decided to give up on the fight against the US rebels. Had the French not fought the British at the time, a full power Britain would likely have very quickly ended the US uprising. Many problems in the US today may not have existed if the US remained as a British colony for another 100 years and then granted independence just like Canada was.
The constitution likely would not have been written the same way and the very foundation of modern USA would also be different. Isn't that hindsight?
Can we say this was all the Frenchies fault?