There are those individuals who because of their preconceived ideology or perhaps their delusional understanding of history refuse to acknowledge the stark reality that evil is real, and it’s that same mindset that allowed another madman many decades ago to go unchallenged until America had no recourse but to respond after the bloodbath at Pearl Harbor.
Moreover if that delusional misunderstanding of history came from an ordinary citizen, one might overlook the misunderstanding, however coming from Susan Rice a former national security adviser to former President Obama and Maxine Waters a Democratic congressional lawmaker is inexcusable, and actually undermines the very principles of our national security interests.
When Waters was asked how the North Korea situation could be handled her reply was disgraceful:
This is perhaps more telling of Rice and the Obama Administration who actually knew of the impending threat from North Korea and did absolutely “nothing” in confronting the dictator.
Furthermore to publicly state that we should accept a despot dictator’s attempt to acquire a nuclear arsenal actually demonstrates that there are traitors within our government, who would rather appease a madman and put our country in danger, then to actually confront the danger now.
Susan Rice is a disingenuous political operative who went before a national audience, not once, but 5-times and deceived the American people regarding the carnage in Benghazi.
Astoundingly in a New York Times op-ed Rice wrote: “History shows that we can if we must, tolerate nuclear weapons in North Korea, the same way we tolerated the far greater threat of thousands of Soviet nuclear weapons during the Cold War,
Criticizing the president Rice continued: “fire and fury” rhetoric in response to the escalating tensions between the two countries.
Rice continued her misreading of history stating: “John Kelly, Mr. Trump’s chief of staff, must assert control over the White House, including his boss, and curb the Trump surrogates whipping up Cuban missile crisis fears,” she wrote.
Perhaps it would benefit Rice if she actually understood why the term “cold war” was purposely used by both sides, by definition “a conflict over ideological differences carried on by methods short of sustained overt military action and usually without breaking off diplomatic relations.”
Tell us in the comments below if you think Rice’s and Water’s comments undermine our national security and puts us more at risk regarding North Korea?