Obama Admin Said Last Month There’s No WAY North Korea Had A Hydrogen Bomb…
You can trust North Korea, right? I mean, the Obama Administration seems to think that this is a good plan, especially when it comes to nuclear warfare. These guys must be nuts or something:
One of the most unstable regimes on the planet apart from the Kardashian family has announced that they have successfully tested a Hydrogen Bomb.
And just like with the “JV Team” of ISIS, the idiot-in-chief said just a month ago that this was impossible.
From the BBC on December 10th:
The White House has dismissed a suggestion by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un that his country possesses a hydrogen bomb.
The country was “ready to detonate a self-reliant A-bomb and H-bomb”, state news agency KCNA quoted him as saying.
If true, the development would mark a significant advancement in North Korean nuclear capabilities.
But White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Washington’s evidence “calls into serious question” Pyongyang’s claim.
“We take very seriously the risk and the threat that is posed by the North Korean regime in their ambitions to develop a nuclear weapon,” Mr Earnest added.
Mr Kim made the remarks as he inspected a historical military site in the capital Pyongyang.
The work of his grandfather Kim Il-sung had turned North Korea into a “powerful nuclear weapons state ready to detonate a self-reliant A-bomb and H-bomb to reliably defend its sovereignty and the dignity of the nation”, he was quoted as saying.
Thank goodness Obama has our backs. Whatever would we do without him.
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