North Korean Insults Aimed at Obama, Clinton Kerry. Not Trump!

The North Korean government issued some carefully worded insulted aimed at the United States. This in itself is no surprise as they regularly condemn the US. However, this latest verbal barrage is a surprise as it was NOT aimed at hard lined President Donald Trump, but at the wishy-washy trio of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John Kerry. It’s not uncommon for adversarial leaders to admire each other’s strength and resolve, but it’s also common for them to loath an adversarial leader who is weak and had little to no redeeming qualities.

In another life, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s propaganda chief could have had a heck of a career as an insult comic.

The latest screed from Pyongyang’s unnamed prince of prose (or princes — it’s unclear how many write these gems) was delivered Monday in response to Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., asserting Kim Jong Un was a “whack job.”

Like previous statements, it bucked all norms for engaging in international repartee: 

“It is a serious provocation that Gardner, like a psychopath, dare to bear the evil that dares our highest dignity,” the statement said, according to a translation. “It is America’s misfortune that a man mixed in with human dirt like Gardner, who has lost basic judgment and body hair, could only spell misfortune for the United States.”…

Trending: July Economic Report Should Spell Doom for Democrats

Both North Korea and Iran were allowed to continue with their nuclear programs due directly to the weak and empty policies of Obama, Clinton and Kerry. The only group of people that the terrifying trio did take a hard-line stance on were American conservatives, patriots and Christians. Everyone else in the world considered the three wimpos as weak jokes and not to be taken seriously when they made their empty threats and gestures…




Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.