Alert: Trump Takes NK Conflict To Next Level… Deploys Almost Unheard-Of Force


The relationship between the United States and North Korea has taken a turn for the worse in recent weeks. It culminated in Vice President Pence going on a trip to South Korea and Southeast Asia. As well as North Korea holding a national parade to showcase their so called strength. But ultimately launching a failed missile. North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has no clue what he’s gotten himself into.

President Trump recently gave an interview to Maria Bartiromo of Fox News’s Fox Business Network. The President indicated that a carrier group wasn’t enough to send into the Korean Peninsula. He notated he is planning on sending in an armada to deal with the Kim regime’s recent nuclear provocations.

President Trump told the Fox News host the following,

We are sending an armada. Very powerful. We have submarines. Very powerful. Far more powerful than the aircraft carrier. That, I can tell you.”

The President went on to say that he felt that Kim Jong Un was doing the wrong thing and that he had gotten in way over his head. Furthermore, that unlike the former White House administration he will not be releasing his plans to fight North Korea. Something he has been widely criticized for within the Washington, D.C. political arena. By both Democrats and Republicans alike.

This was something he had been adamant about since he ran for office. When pushed on his plan for ISIS he maintained his refusal to explain the blueprint for fear that the enemy would try and use it to their advantage. Seems to be working out well for him thus far.

Already, in retaliation for North Korean saber rattling the President sent America’s favorite aircraft carrier the USS Carl Vinson to the Korean Peninsula side by side with Japanese ships. The carrier strike group is backup to deal with the national security threat that North Korea poses in the region. There are already a vast number of American troops in South Korea in Seoul. There are numerous military bases.

On Sunday command spokesman Cmdr. David Benham told reporters the following,

“U.S. Pacific Command ordered the Carl Vinson Strike Group north as a prudent measure to maintain readiness and presence in the Western Pacific. Third Fleet ships operate forward with a purpose: to safeguard U.S. interests in the Western Pacific. The number one threat in the region continues to be North Korea, due to its reckless, irresponsible, and destabilizing program of missile tests and pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability.”

Watch some of his comments here,

It is clear that this administration is not going to back down to provocative threats made by the dictator of North Korea. The era of leading from behind under the Obama administration is long gone. The United States will continue to lead for the very foreseeable future. Not only is the President showing force with these new actions but he has been negotiating and working with the Chinese President who is a close ally of North Korea.

The President also has the support of South Korea and Japan in the region who are critical allies due to their strength and proximity to North Korea. North Korea just failed a missile launch yet they think they are prepared for war with the greatest country this planet has ever seen. It is lunacy. But that’s what happens when a lunatic runs a government.

North Korea is known for major human rights violations. Defector stories indicate they have forced labor camps, political exile camps, forced famine and KGB-style police that moderate the behavior of their citizens. Citizens often have to leave in the dark of night to escape without telling friends and family for fear of their safety. This is not the behavior of a benevolent government. They are the most dangerous country this world is fighting over right now.

Finally, the United States has gotten the President and leader we so richly deserve. One that puts American needs and interest first and not the needs of other countries. In the process, the despotic regime of North Korea might just be overrun. Not only will North Koreans benefit from that freedom of release but so will everyone. Because an injustice will be rectified.

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