In today’s issue: What should Trump do about the threat from North Korea, which recently tested an intercontinental ballistic missile that flew 2,300 miles into space?
“Is it just like Pearl Harbor again?” Savaged asked. “Yes, Mike, it is.
“Here’s the problem with the North Korea question,” he said.
Many of you are knee jerkers, and you say, “Well, just blast North Korea, sanction North Korea.”
What you don’t know is that Trump’s in a corner.
I mean, the instinct if you’re a moron is to strike first and strike hard.
… Kill Un has probably put in place the order that if he is assassinated to launch everything at once.
That’s the problem. That’s number one.
Remember, he’s a madman.
Think of him as a total madman. Don’t think of him as a logical man.
Think of him as a combination of Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin, with the looks of Mao Zedung’s illegitimate child. That’s what you have to think of when you think of Mentally Ill Un.
Now, he also has — forget nuclear missiles — he has 12,000 pieces of tube artillery, 2,300 pieces of multiple launch rocket artillery of over 107 millimeters.
It’s a big deal.
Do you understand that since the 1990s, about the time that the Clintons decided not to take action against North Korea’s military program, this is the bastard child of Bill Clinton’s and Hillary Clinton’s decisions?
And right now, without ballistic technology, Pyongyang has enough artillery to turn nearby Seoul, which has 25 million South Koreans, into a sea of fire, killing up to 1 million South Koreans.
It’s an apocalyptic scenario that he has been using against the world, against any military action.
Because if he ever launched even his conventional artillery against South Korea, it would be all over.