Dennis Rodman Admits Friend Kim Jong-Un Is Psycho After Revealing First Thing Dictator Asked Him

Dennis Rodman Admits Friend Kim Jong-Un Is Psycho After Revealing First Thing Dictator Asked Him

Dennis Rodman has not hidden the fact that he has buddied up to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un, being one of only – I believe – ONE Americans who has actually pulled that off. Rodman decided to sit down with late night talk show host Stephen Colbert and discuss his odd relationship with the diminutive dictator and it made very clear what the rest of us already knew: Kim Jong-Un is completely off his rocker.

Of course Rodman himself is quoted as saying that Un is “probably a madman, but I don’t see it.” No, launching missiles willy-nilly, threatening allies of the Unite States and starving his people into perpetual poverty are definitely ambiguous signs. We’re going to need something a little more concrete than that.

Colbert even went as far as to describe Rodman as a “five time NBA champion and possibly all that is standing between us and thermonuclear war with North Korea.”

Let’s be honest, if Un was finally going to strike America, he’d probably call up Rodman, who would be on the next flight to North Korea. That’s how little faith I have in his diplomatic abilities.

When asked about his conversations with Un, Rodman recounted that he was asked if he could be “trusted.”

“When I went over there, the first thing he said to me was, ‘Mr. Rodman, we just want to know, can we trust you?’ I said, ‘Absolutely.’ And that’s how our conversation started,” he recalled.

“He’s more like a kid than anything,” Rodman pointed out.

But even someone as liberal as Colbert realizes the threat that he poses, especially with a nuclear arsenal at his disposal.

“He’s a kid, but he’s a kid with nuclear weapons,” the host replied.

“I don’t really judge people, you know, by their color,” Rodman said in an attempt to defend his friend. “I don’t judge where they come from. I just judge people where, you know, we’re all human beings. You know, throughout the day, we’re all human beings. It’s funny though that I don’t see how people can sit there and say that this person is a ‘madman.’ He probably is, but I didn’t see that. But he probably is.”

Yes, we’re all human beings. However, some human beings are set on complete domination and will kill whomever they have to in order to achieve that end. Apparently Rodman doesn’t realize that.

His desires to open up a conversation between North Korea and the United States have thus far been unsuccessful and it looks like we’ll be expecting war long before Rodman has the chance to play the mediator.

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