Otto Warmbier's Father to Be Mike Pence's Guest to the Olympics
The parents of Otto Warmbier were featured at Donald Trump's SOTU address. Otto died after 15 months of being locked up in North Korea. The same North Korea that is beginning to sound like the Democratic Party. And the same Democratic Party who acted like spoiled children during the SOTU address.
It won't be the last time the administration features what happened Otto. His father Fred will be joining Vice President Mike Pence at the Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Fred Warmbier, the father of Otto Warmbier, reportedly will travel to South Korea to attend the Winter Olympic Games as a guest of Vice President Mike Pence.
Fred’s son, Otto, was 22 years old when he died in June following 15 months of imprisonment in North Korea.
Fred and his wife, Cindy, have said their son — a University of Virginia student who was arrested in North Korea in 2016 while studying abroad — was tortured while detained, as he came home blind and deaf, and with mangled teeth.
The Warmbiers were guests of President Trump’s at his first State of the Union address on Tuesday, where he recognized the couple in the audience — calling them “incredible people.”
In case you hadn't picked up on it, there's an ulterior motive in bringing Otto's pops to Korea. Namely, raising a giant middle digit to little Kimmy. Courtesy of Uncle Sam.
In addition to flipping the bird at that rotund, impish maniac, we're sending him a message. No matter what harm Kim can dish out between spoonfuls of rocky road, we'll keep coming back stronger, and we'll win.
One of the best things Trump's been doing so far is not bending over for foreign douchelords and their buttmunchery. I have my doubts Obama would have ever made such a statement if Otto Warmbier had bit the dust on his watch.
While we're on the subject: