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In 2010 I ran an unsuccessful campaign for the United States Congress, but I'm still posting blogs that I believe express an opinion that most other people miss, and that I also believe can make America great again and cast off the yoke of liberal/progressive control that is currently in place.

Friday, January 12, 2018

This Minority-Group Member Will Not Get Invited To A Hollywood Party

In our current, politically correct, Hollywood influenced world, woe be it for any member of a privileged minority group to take the side of Donald Trump on any subject. So it is with a heavy heart that I must report that South Korea’s President, Moon Jae-in, lavishly praised President Donald Trump for his assistance in getting the North Koreans to resume talks with South Korea, and possibly blocking formerly escalating military threats between the two nations. This tension had been getting stronger and harsher as President Trump intimidated the North Korean dictator into backing down on his nuclear threats against America, but the South Korean President thinks that President Trump has been helpful in restoring relative peace between the two Korean neighbors.

Unfortunately for the social plans of the South Korean President, he will probably not get a Christmas card from Robert De Niro next year, nor will he be invited to any Hollywood parties during the upcoming party season.

One will recall President Trump’s constant in-your-face battle with the chubby, murdering Kim Jong-Un, and liberals everywhere criticized what they called the insane, unstable Trump as he backed Jong-Un into a corner that the cheap little Button-boy could not extricated himself from. Not only was Trump’s button bigger than Jong-Un’s, but his twitter tweets were more intimidating than the North Korean dictator’s.

Of course Trump will get no credit from American liberals for halting tension between the Koreas and hopefully reuniting them in joint efforts, such as the upcoming Olympics, but the Korean President, who had the most immediate, personal and up-close stake in this game of halting nuclear expansion, which Barack Obama just kicked down the road to the next occupant of the Oval Office, knows to whom to give credit, and his praise goes to President Trump.