Say what you will, no president has worked as hard as Trump has in keeping North Korea under check.
While the left would have you think Trump cozies up to dictators, that’s simply not true.
He set out to make sure that North Korea doesn’t build nuclear weapons, and he’s done a bang up job so far!
In fact, even left-leaning Newsweek reports that a viral video of Kim Jong Un crying during one of his speeches shows that Trump’s diplomacy might be working:
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was seen shedding tears and apologizing to his people Saturday for not creating a better economy, prompting many observers to say the rare show of emotion is a signal the tough Trump administration sanctions have worked.
Video emerged Saturday showing Kim crying during a military parade speech he made to mark the 75th anniversary of the ruling Worker’s Party. Kim wiped away tears as he addressed thousands of troops and weeping citizens in Pyongyang. He announced he was “ashamed” of not being able to repay his people with economic prosperity. U.S. President Donald Trump is credited with imposing tough sanctions on the country and convincing China, North Korea’s closest ally, to participate in a long-term strategy to force North Korea into denuclearization negotiations.
Talks focused on total nuclear disarmament broke down entirely in early 2019, but some U.S. officials say North Korea’s economic woes could leave Kim no other choice but to give in to Trump’s demands.
Check out the video of Kim Jong Un weeping right here:
Just remember that when the left says Trump is in the palms of dictators, remember it was Trump that toughened the sanctions on North Korea.
And they're working!
A UN rights official actually says that we need to ease sanctions on North Korea as detailed by Reuters:
A U.N. human rights official has called on the international community to urgently consider lifting sanctions on North Korea that may be worsening problems from its coronavirus lockdown, according to a draft report released on Thursday.
North Korea, which has not reported any confirmed infections, has been subjected to U.N. sanctions since 2006 over its nuclear and ballistic missile programs, with ever tighter measures imposed in recent years.
It imposed strict border controls this year among tough measures against the virus, just when it was reeling from sanctions, as well as “systemic economic problems and unusually bad weather conditions,” Tomas Ojea Quintana wrote.
While the North’s strictures aim to protect its people’s rights to life and health, the severe lockdowns have had a “devastating” effect on trade, added Quintana, who is the United Nations’ special rapporteur on human rights in North Korea.
Keep that in mind this November.
It's liberals who are soft on dictators.
There's no way Biden will win against Xi, Un, or any other dictator.
That's why we need four more years!