North Korean Missile Hits Alaska; They’ve Already ‘Mock Nuked’ Us


For those who insist that despite all the wild rhetoric from Kim Jong-un, North Korea would never actually attack America, consider that they’ve already “mock nuked” us.

The North Koreans years ago held a dry run attack on Alaska. Yes, they’ve long had missiles capable of reaching our northernmost state.

This happened toward the end of George W. Bush’s presidency, when the Republican was warning that we had to stop North Korea before it was too late.

A 2006 report published by the South Korean National Assembly cited then-Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Nakayama as revealing that part of a North Korean warhead had been found in Alaska following a defiant missile test by Pyongyang.

Then Barack Obama came to office and all but ignored the North Korean threat, allowing the repressive communist regime eight long years to prepare for war.

For instance, Obama did absolutely nothing when North Korean again fired a long-range missile that everyone agreed was meant to hit the US with a nuclear warhead.

The New York Times reported:

North Korea defied the United States, China and a series of United Nations resolutions by launching a rocket on Sunday that the country said was designed to propel a satellite into space, but that much of the world viewed as an effort to prove it is edging toward the capability to shoot a nuclear warhead on a longer-range missile.

North Korea, like most of the world, was counting on Hillary Clinton winning the 2016 election, giving them more time to ready a devastating strike on the US.

Now that Trump’s in office, they’re panicking.

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