Kim Jong Un Made Nuclear Threat to US — Trump’s Twitter Response Just Sent Shockwaves Around the Globe

By most factual accounts, the fat man-child Kim Jong Un is trying to dislodge himself from the corner he painted himself into due to his moronic blustering. For the past couple of weeks he has been much more ‘subtle’ (if that is an appropriate word). He has even reached out to South Korea via an emergency telephone link, to try and get his athletes into the upcoming Winter Olympics.

Yet, on January 1, Kim once again pretended to be a big boy by taking an easy shot at the United States.

The Independent Journal Review (IJR) quotes  the boy-named-Kim as gloating that his nation had finalized its nuclear weapons program and now the “entire mainland of the U.S. is within the range of our nuclear weapons and the nuclear button is always on the desk of my office.”

Of course it is…right next to the box of powdered donuts and pictures of his people eating grass.

When the President was asked for a comment in reply to Kim while at a New Year’s Eve party at his private Mar-a-Lago club in West Palm Beach, Trump responded with, “We’ll see, we’ll see.”

That response came the next day in a brutal tweet:

“North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un just stated that the ‘Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times.’ Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!”

Leave it to the ‘media’ to ignore the poignant message of Trump’s tweet and instead twist the truth to make it look like the President was being a bully.

Don’t believe me? Check out a sampling of these headline…especially the one by NBC:

The media is a disgrace and deserve the drop in respect they are incurring due to their own disgusting partisanship.

Who, NBC, is the bully? A government trying to stop a rogue state from blackmailing the world with nuclear weapons or the regime that saw fit to physically abuse and torture an American citizen to the point that he died shortly after being released?

Maybe you should take your cameras and go ask the family of Otto Warmbier who the bullies in the world are?

No, instead the ‘media’ is spending time trying to repress what Thomas Paine called the irresistible nature of truth, which is the ‘liberty of appearing’.

What do you think? Who is the real bully?

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