We know the United States and one of our biggest rivals North Korea has been going back and forth, making threats to each other.
The leaders of these provocations are Kim Jong Un, who started them, and Donald Trump, who has been pretty smart with his choice of words.
But the two of them can’t be compared through intellect, yet someone believes our President can take our country down?
We will analyze what HBO’s “Real Time” host Bill Maher had to say on the ongoing problem, as he caused a media stir. As reported by Breitbart, he started a monologue on what fears mean, and nobody saw coming what he said next. He told his audience:
“I must tell you, my biggest fear, I am afraid of North Korea attacking us. … My bigger fear is we’re becoming North Korea.”
What? How can you compare these two countries? America, a world leader in almost every major standard, could become a monarchy like Korea? They have a crazy leader and a society where nobody is free, yet we live at the definition of a free country.
We bring you a piece of the article where it’s explained what Maher talked about:
“He continued by citing reports that President Trump gets a folder of flattering media coverage, polling showing half of Republicans would support postponing the 2020 election to guarantee only eligible citizens can vote, news on the quickness with which voting machines can be hacked and Trump thanking Vladimir Putin for expelling US diplomat.”
He even took time to talk about a stupid piece by Fox News entitled “Would You Even Care if He Was Guilty?” that was directed at Donald Trump.
One of the worst parts of the show was his talk on the bombing in Japan, happening 72 years ago. The bombs’ names “Fat Man” and “Little Boy” inspired him to compare the two leaders with those epithets, which was a direct insult to both of them. How can someone of high position talk with so low respect?
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