On Wednesday afternoon, all 100 members of the U.S. Senate attended a special briefing held at the White House to learn about the threat North Korea presents to the United States, South Korea, and Japan.
According to President Bill Clinton’s former top advisor, Dick Morris, we are closer to a nuclear war than we have been in decades.
Morris said many in DC are stuck on finding a way to stop North Korea from being able to miniaturize it’s existing nuclear bomb technology so that it fits onto the head of a ballistic missile (ICBM). Morris explains that if N. Korea can do such a thing, they will shoot it off into South Korea, Japan, or even the United States, specifically, Hawaii.
Although Morris agrees with the concern, he expands on the danger by explaining other options that North Korea has at its disposal today.
“Even if we do undermine their ability to launch a ICBM, they can still shoot artillery shells — we can’t stop them from doing that — and they can miniaturize their nuclear bomb to fit on the top of artillery shells,” explains Morris. He points out that Seoul, South Korea is so close to the North Korean border that if a nuclear warhead is made to fit atop an artillery rocket, it could reach the city easily. “There is nothing you can do to stop that.”
Morris goes on to explain how we can try to combat the problem, but how liberals and Democrats get in the way of it happening.
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