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MSNBC Analyst: Trump’s Sexual Insecurities Threatening to Wipe Out Planet

President Trump’s My nuclear button is bigger than your nuclear button tweet to Kim Jong-Il seems to have put him back on the couch over at MSNBC, where resident pseudo-psychologists are wondering if Trump will use his allegedly small hands to launch a nuclear war.

Author Anand Giridharadas opines:

As we saw all through 2017, men with profound sexual insecurity can wreak a lot of havoc in the lives of women, in the lives of their families. But perhaps never have we seen a man whose profound sexual and masculine insecurities are literally threatening to annihilate the planet. The way he’s literally capitalizing in that tweet – his “Nuclear Button” – any psychiatrist or psychologist would have a field day with that.

This is pretty nifty for the left, since it links Trump not only to nuclear war but to something even worse: Harvey Weinstein.

And gosh, I don’t even have a nuclear button. Leaves me feeling sort of emasculated.

Look closely. As you can see, Giridharadas obviously finds this whole thing quite hair-raising.

Okay, sorry. But I’m just not sure whose hair scare me more, his or Trump’s.

H/T Washington Free Beacon.

The Time for Action on North Korea is Now

President Trump tweeted out Thursday what should be obvious to anyone who is the type who stops after banging their heads against the wall after few attempts – that China either can’t or won’t do anything about North Korea.

In fact, nothing peaceful is going to stop Kim Jong-Un.

The bad news is that a country that tolerates worms in the intestines of its front-line soldiers so it can free up resources for its nuclear program isn’t going to halt the program under any circumstance.

The good news is that front-line North Korea soldiers have worms in their intestines.

We can never underestimate our enemies, but I do not believe North Korea will do as much damage in a war as many fear. They are, as they say in the East, a Paper Tiger. We need to hit them with extraordinary force, possibly including using nuclear weapons, in order to keep them from launching any of theirs.

Unless we want to be held hostage to a madman and risk that at some point he will use his nuclear weapons against us, we must take military action against North Korea now. It’s not just that he might do something crazy, or that he will now have outsized influence over our policies. Once his weapons are aimed at all our cities, the risk of a mistake is excellent. We’ve nearly had accidental catastrophes with the far more sophisticated Soviet Union.

The future of mankind is literally at stake right now. When Washington politicians say something is “intolerable,” what they really mean is that it’s terrible but we’ll live with it. A nuclear North Korea is literally NOT TOLERABLE. We must eliminate this existential threat before it is too late.

“We can do amazing things if we are pushed to do so,” said former Trump National Security Advisor Sebastian Gorka on Fox News the other day, referring to our capabilities against North Korea. “Sooner or later, you make threats that are explicit, then you must be dealt with. But it will not be nice. It will be the last resort.”

Exactly. And it’s time for the last resort. The risks are high, but the long-term risk is higher.

Trump Makes It Personal With Kim Jong-Un

President Trump today intentionally insulted North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, describing his state as a bastion of evil and suggesting he had failed his own grandfather.

“North Korea is not the paradise your grandfather envisioned. It is a hell that no person deserves,” said Trump in his address to South Korea’s national assembly.

Why is he doing this? I think it’s a last-ditch effort to avoid war. Trump understands people like Kim better than Barack Obama did, knowing that the only way to convince them you are serious about destroying them is to show you don’t care what they think and are willing to take them on. The appeasement policies of Obama, George W. Bush, and Bill Clinton didn’t work.

I don’t think it can succeed, but it’s worth trying. The best chance is for Trump to convince the China, where he is now, that it must vastly curtail its support for North Korea. Unfortunately, China shows no sign that it is serious about doing this.

North Korea Figures Out That America’s Leaders are Weak on Hostages

North Korea has just taken a fourth American hostage because Kim Jong-Un has figured out that taking hostage is a very effective way to get U.S. leaders to do what you want. Including the man you would think would be the last person susceptible to this kind of monkey business, President Trump. Note I say… Continue Reading