When it comes to Kim Jong Un and his incessant, bratty threats, the United States is no longer standing idly by.
The rogue regime and its tyrannical twerp have long been at odds with America, thanks to generations of hatred following the live-fire portion of the technically still raging Korean War. In the wake of Donald Trump’s election to the White House, however, the DPRK have ramped up their efforts to annoy, antagonize, and otherwise bother the United States.
President Trump has not taken kindly to the newfound aggression of Kim Jong Un, nor has the Commander in Chief been all too thrilled with North Korea’s recently successful ICBM launches and possible test of a thermonuclear hydrogen bomb that supposedly fits nicely on the end of the aforementioned projectiles.
Intensifying joint military drills with South Korea was meant to act as a deterrent to the reclusive nation, yet they continued their international nuclear nonsense. Now, Trump is pulling out the big guns and putting them close enough to Kim’s face that he can see them for himself.
“The US B-1B strategic bombers flew over South Korea today as part of an air show designed to intimidate North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong-un.
“The supersonic bombers, which cost more than a quarter of a billion each, flew low over Seoul Air Base for eight minutes.
“The brazen show of force follows weeks of bellicose rhetoric from Kim and Trump, who threatened to ‘totally destroy’ North Korea if force to do so.
“Trump is amassing warships in the region, including aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, amid fears Kim may test another nuclear weapon or ballistic missile.
“US war drills were ramped up this week as warships fired a barrage of shells into the sky during joint exercises with South Korea.”
North Korea has been the focus of a great deal of American military attention over the course of the last few months, with several warships parked off the coast of the Korean Peninsula as we speak.
Trump and Kim and also shared a fairly sizable volley of threats in that time. Kim has often referred to Donald Trump as a senile, old man while claiming to possess the power to turn the United States into “ash and darkness”, while Trump has let the diminutive dictator know that a “fire and fury the likes of which the world has never seen” could soon be raining down on the tiny Asian aggressor.