ABC’s Moran: Trump’s promise to NoKo ‘Borders on the Threat of Committing a War Crime’
Terry Moran of ABC News has just succeeded in taking the ever goofy Trump Derangement Syndrome to the next level of eye rolling stupidity.
In the wake of President Trump’s historic calling out of the United Nations, it’s apparent that the spirit of Neville Chamberlain is alive and well and currently employed as the Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent by the American Broadcasting Company.
As reported by Alex Griswold of the Washington Free Beacon (WFB) news portal, the American media’s version of the Axis of Evil; Martha Raddatz, George Stephanopoulos and Terry Moran were hot on the heels of President Trump’s in-your-face dressing down of the professional bureaucrats and two-bit dictators in-residence at Turtle Bay.
As seen in the video below, as Raddatz and Stephanopoulos were desperately searching for something… anything… to nail the Commander-in-Chief on, it was Moran to the rescue with the final word on the topic that had all the backbone of a chocolate éclair.
As reported by the WFB’s Griswold;
An ABC journalist argued Tuesday that when President Donald Trump said the United States would “totally destroy” North Korea if necessary, his words bordered on being a threat to commit a “war crime”
Trump castigated North Korea’s nuclear ambitions and belligerent behavior during a speech before the United Nations on Tuesday.
“No nation on earth has an interest in seeing this band of criminals arm itself with nuclear weapons and missiles,” Trump said. “The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea. Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime.”
ABC’s Martha Raddatz said during the network’s live coverage of the speech that Trump made a “very big threat” with dire consequences.
“People do understand that there is a military option, the United States could destroy North Korea, but not without a great loss of life in South Korea and possibly to U.S. forces as well,” she said.
Host George expanded on the conditions under which the United States would act in such a way.
“If you read the president’s words, he said the conditions for totally destroying North Korea would be if forced to defend ourselves and our allies,” he said.
“You can read that possibly to even open up a justification for preventative war against North Korea,” he put to ABC News chief foreign correspondent Terry Moran.
“That is a potential justification, but the words ‘totally destroying’ a nation of 25 million people, that borders on the threat of committing a war crime,” Moran responded.
Obviously having not a clue as to what a real war crime is, possibly those prophets of appeasement such as Raddatz, Stephanopoulos, Moran and the rest of the jellyfish at ABC read up on what happened to Father Jesus Baza Dueñas who displayed true Christian heroism during the Japanese occupation of the American territory of Guam during WWII.
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