Talking heads on television and politicians all across the country are flapping their gums about North Korea. They each try to explain the threat and then come up with the solution on how to fix the problem. Maxine Waters and Susan Rice both think that the United States should appease Kim Jong Un and that we should give them something in return for their promise not to cause trouble.
So what was formar Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee’s solution to the North Korea problem? Well, we launch Maxine Waters into North Korea and have her talk to Kim. Within a half hour he will kill himself.
@POTUS has dispatched Maxine Waters to NOKO to talk to Lil Kim. After 1/2 hour with her he will drink whatever he gave to his 1/2 brother.
— Gov. Mike Huckabee (@GovMikeHuckabee) August 10, 2017
According to The Hill:
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He appeared to be referring to the poisoning of the North Korean leader’s half-brother Kim Jong Nam. South Korea’s spy agency said in February it believes Kim Jong Un ordered the killing.
The comments come amid escalating rhetoric between Pyongyang and Washington.
Trump said Tuesday that continued North Korean threats would be met with “fire and fury.”
North Korea in turn threatened to strike the U.S. territory of Guam.
Seems to me I’ve heard this record before and it too was centered on North Korea when they first began seeking nuclear weapons. A deal was negotiated by Madeline Notsobright and failed ex-president Jimmy Carter. The way the deal went down was this: Bill Clinton gave North Korea two nuclear reactors, fuel (uranium) and 250 million in cash in exchange for North Korea’s promise not to develop nukes.
Bill Clinton went on television, telling the American people what a great deal it was and how now, we don’t have to worry about a nuclear North Korea. Barack Obama made an almost identical story on Iran. But he failed to mention secret deals with Iran that mean we really have no way of verifying if they are continuing to build nukes.
We will have mad men in charge of the nukes in North Korea and Iran after deals were supposedly made by Democratic presidents, eager to lie down and roll over for the insignificant despots ruling their respective countries.
- AP wonders: If North Korea sends missiles towards U.S., should we shoot them down?
- GOP Governor of Guam praises President Trump, slams Lindsey Graham
- USAF reinforces Guam: Ready to #FightTonight
- Guam: Kim specifically threatens sovereign US soil with nuclear attack
- ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis to North Korea: Back down or face ‘end’ of regime, ‘destruction of its people’
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