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Mark Levin on How to Defeat North Korea

President Trump has a uniquely practical take on war. He’s not interested in telling everyone exactly what he’s going to do three weeks before he does it, and act surprised when our enemies beat us to the punch.

Not all of us were terribly pleased with his attack on Assad’s airport in Syria, but there are possible justifications for that action which we may not be aware of. The airstrip was all but abandoned. For this reason, some people think he may have just been throwing anti-Assad globalists a bone while actually not hurting Assad at all.

We were quite pleased with the MOAB strike that obliterated an underground ISIS stronghold while killing a whole horde of depraved radical Islamic terrorists with no civilian casualties. It was beautiful. He did exactly the right thing while endangering exactly zero American ground troops.

Now, that’s our kind of military action. It would have been nice if Obama had been so precise with his thousands of drone strikes, killing civilians on a weekly basis.

But, now we have a serious problem with North Korea. They are out of control, are squirming under international pressure, and they have nuclear weapons. They believe they still have a right to govern South Korea, who is a dear and important friend to our country.

The North Korean government has been grass-fed in over half a century of echo-chamber feedback telling them that the dear leader is a god with a divine right to force the populace to engage in crying contests. (Sounds like something that might happen on a college campus these days.)

This is a real enemy, with real weapons. Kim Jong-un has threatened to kill our president, attack our cities, and has been terrorizing our allies.

Hear Mark Levin explain more in the video below.

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