Hawaii Slams Obama For Leaving It Open to North Korean Nuclear Strike


Hawaii and Alaska are scrambling to put together contingency plans for a possible North Korean nuclear strike.

Eight years of Barack Obama doing next to nothing to stop North Korea has left large parts of America vulnerable to attack.

And concern for the future ratcheted up last week when North Korea tested an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of traveling over 4,000 miles. That means it can hit any part of Alaska, Hawaii and much of California and the West Coast.

We already have 36 missile interceptors positioned in Alaska and California. And a new defense bill would increase that number to 44 by the end of the year.

“I’ve been saying for months that it’s no longer ‘if’ but ‘when’ Kim Jong-Un will get the ability to strike U.S. cities with a nuclear missile,” Senator Dan Sullivan was quoted as saying by the Daily Express.

If and when it comes to that, House Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii is laying the blame at the feet of our previous president, Barack Obama.

“For the past 15 years, our leaders have let the people of Hawaii and our country down, allowing the situation in North Korea to worsen to this point of crisis where we are left with nothing but bad options,” she said.

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