North Korea's Response to Trump's State of the Union is Almost Identical to Democrats'
North Korea attacking the President isn't particularly news. Rain is wet. Chelsea Handler is criminally unfunny. Tess Holliday has the circumference of a humpback whale. North Korea says crazy things (see Moronic NBC Got Tricked into Feeding North Korea Propaganda. The Internet Roasts Them and Kim Jong Un Botches Missile Launch, Lands Large Bomb in North Korean City).
What's most chuckle-inducing about the Korea of the North is what they said about Trump's State of the Union. Specifically, how much they sound like Democrats. Check it out:
'If Trump does not get rid of his anachronistic and dogmatic way of thinking, it will only bring about the consequence of further endangering security and future of the United States,' the official said, in comments carried by the North's official Korean Central News Agency.
The official disputed Trump's claim in his address that the United States had 'made incredible progress and achieved extraordinary success' over the last year, calling it 'the height of Trump-style arrogance, arbitrariness and self-conceit.'
Keep in mind, this is the Rocket Man blabbering. Not Cryptkeeper Nancy or that one congresswoman who looks like Cowboy Curtis. Which begs the question of what are the differences between the two.
On one hand, you've got a regime of far-left totalitarians who won't rest until every man, woman, and child bows before the almighty altar of government. On the other, you've got Kim Jong-Un.
Jokes aside, Democrats aren't even close to as evil as that diminutive, beachball-shaped ignoramus, Kimmy. But, when Kim and the Democrats' talking points are practically identical, you can't help but call leftism into question. What is the endgame of leftist philosophy?
One thing's for sure. Leftists and Kim-Kim can keep hating on the Trump. So far, America is winning bigly under the Donald.