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North Korea Sends Stern Message with Short Range Missile Launch

Kim Jong Un’s message is clear, but pathetic: Pay attention to me!

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The North Korean regime is back in the headlines again after an aggressive show of power last night.

It was reported on Friday, just hours after Donald Trump had gotten off the phone with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, that Kim Jong Un’s military had launched several short range missiles.

Word of the firings was reported by South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency, which cited South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS). The South initially reported that the Communist North fired short-range missiles but later retracted that statement.

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The projectiles were fired from North Korea’s east-coast town of Wonsan in a northeastern direction and reportedly toward the East Sea, the agency said, citing a news release. The launches took place “between 9:06 a.m. and 9:27 a.m.” local time and reportedly flew up to 125 miles, according to the outlet.

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In their last meeting, Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un were both left unsatisfied, with the US President uncharacteristically walking away from the table early…possibly at the behest of his own gut instincts.

This stalemate has stymied any hopes of lifted sanctions for the North Koreans, and pushed them one step further toward famine.

Of course, the timing of the launches is suspect as well, coming so soon after Donald Trump spent an hour on the phone with Vladimir Putin.  It’s as though Kim Jong Un is the toddler in the corner of the room trying to get his parents attention by “accidentally” knocking something off of a table.

Experts believe that North Korea may possess as many as 60 nuclear warheads – a number that is in flux due to the regime reclusive nature.

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Meghan McCain Says Trump Admin Using West As ‘Slush Fund’ For Putin

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Navy SEAL From Bin Laden Raid Calls Out Biden For Saying Trump ‘Not Fit To Command’ Troops, Says ‘How Dare You’

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Former Navy SEAL Robert O’Neill, the man who claims to have killed radical Islamic terrorist Osama bin Laden, let it be known in no uncertain terms that he was not happy with a recent statement made by former Vice President Joe Biden stating President Trump is not fit to command U.S. troops. Biden posted up a tweet on Sunday about Trump’s decision to pardon three military members who had been accused or convicted of war crimes. The president cleared Army Special Forces Maj. Mathew Golsteyn and Army Lt. Clint Lorance and restored the rank of Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher. The list of crimes they had been charged with included killing a suspected Taliban bomb maker, taking photographs of an Islamic State fighter’s dead body, and killing two civilians. Here’s more from the Washington Examiner: Trump claimed he intervened because he wants Americans fighting overseas to have the “confidence to fight.” Biden claimed Trump’s decision “betrayed the rule of law” and those who fight honorably. O’Neill, who claims he was the SEAL responsible for killing Osama bin Laden, shot down the 2020 Democrat’s tweet by highlighting his own foreign policy flaws. He noted that Biden reportedly opposed the 2011 raid to kill bin Laden and that he announced SEAL Team 6 was responsible for the operation. https://twitter.com/JoeBiden/status/1196093459486191616 Many individuals think that Biden’s admission of SEAL Team 6’s involvement in the death of bin Laden put the team’s members in danger, including an attack on one of the team’s helicopters which resulted in the death of several individuals who participated in the raid. https://twitter.com/mchooyah/status/1196291215844495360 Lest anyone think O’Neill is a die-hard Trump supporter, it’s important to note he’s been critical of the commander-in-chief on many occasions, including the president’s call for a military parade, which he called “third world bulls***.”

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