Artist rendition of what Donald Trump meant when he said North Korean threats would be met with fire & fury
After reading that tweet and seeing what happened on this week’s Game of Thrones, there’s not a doubt in my mind that Donald Trump was thinking about ‘The Loot Train Attack’ when he made his little “fire & fury” speech. How else does one come up with “fire and fury” whilst looking at a piece of paper that’s discussing the opioid crisis, that’s currently plaguing America? I mean, if he wasn’t thinking about GOT, then the guy deserves some credit with off the cuff threats, because threatening someone with fire & fury is one hell of a threat, just ask Jaime Lannister.
I really just love the fact that Trump would rather talk about a threat pretty much every expert has agreed won’t come to fruition instead of one that’s actually affecting Americans. In the last year, 1 American has been killed by the North Koreans and most people tend to agree that the kid deserved it. If you go “vacationing” in North Korea and end up dead, that’s just social Darwinism. Opioids on the other hand killed over 35,000 Americans alone in 2015. That’s more American deaths then both Iraq Wars and the war in Afghanistan combined!
The good news is, if the GOP can ever their healthcare bill passed, not enough Americans will be covered to develop an opioid addiction, people forget that.
Plus, Trump has more important things to worry about then an opioid crisis, like modernizing the United States military.
Thank god for The Donald. While Barack was out spending his time killing Bin Laden, The Donald has been hard at work modernizing a weapon that hasn’t been used in over 70 years.
But don’t worry guys, The Donald has no intention on ever using them, he just wanted them to be ready.
Kind of like how George Zimmerman got a gun to protect his gated community. He didn’t want to have to use it, but when a kid in a hoodie comes strolling through your neighborhood, sometimes you just gotta let off a round or two on him.