BREAKING NEWS Out Of The WHITE HOUSE… This Is Really BIG

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Huny Badger AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

The White House national security adviser says the possibility of war with impoverished, but nuclear-armed North Korea is “increasing every day.”

“There are ways to address this problem short of armed conflict,” H.R. McMaster said Saturday, “but it is a race because he’s getting closer and closer and there’s not much time left,” in a reference to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

North Korea announced last week that it can now hit the U.S. mainland with a warhead, after its test-firing of a new intercontinental ballistic missile.

Mainstream media would have the American public believe that North Korea just now created an ICBM capable of hitting U.S. soil.  Where as the truth is far different, North Korea has had the capabilities for a successful ICBM nuclear strike on U.S. homeland soil for about 12 months now.

With their latest ICBM launch, North Korea was not just showcasing their new fuel systems, they were showcasing their “Hwaseong 15 ICBM” which is fully ready and capable to carry out an EMP blast over U.S soil.

People are getting frustrated with POTUS Trump and Tillerson, because all they have done is use twitter to push their agenda but so far, it appears that it is all hot air.

H.R. McMaster, President Trump’s national security adviser, is time-on-target with North Korea.  Action must be taken to prevent a nuclear war with a small nation hell bent on destroying America and killing millions of Americans.

Media reports say the Pentagon is looking at U.S. west coast sites where additional defense systems can be installed, following the North Korean threat of a strike on the U.S. The Reuters news agency says the defenses would likely include Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-ballistic missiles, similar to those deployed in South Korea.

“The newly developed intercontinental ballistic missile Hwasong-15 has been successfully test-launched according to the political decision and strategic judgement of the Workers’ Party of Korea,” read an announcer Wednesday on North Korea’s state-run KRT television.

Following previous launches, the North has claimed its projectiles can hit any part of the continental United States, but this would be the first time it would be able to do so with this new type of upgraded missile, which both North Korean and U.S. officials said could fly higher than the ones the country has tested earlier, Fox News reports.

McMaster urged China to slap a total oil embargo on North Korea, as a way of deterring fuel missile launches. “You can’t shoot a missile without fuel,” he said.

North Korea, meanwhile, characterized the U.S. and South Korea as “warmongers” Sunday, a day ahead of the U.S. and South Korea’s largest-ever joint air exercises.

The North’s ruling party Rodong newspaper said Sunday the joint exercises are “an open, all-out provocation against” North Korea that could “lead to a nuclear war any moment.”

It is not clear if Pyongyang has mastered the capability of miniaturizing and mounting a nuclear warhead on an ICBM, which South Korean officials have said could happen within a matter of months.

Analysts also question North Korea’s technical mastery of ICBM re-entry, which plays a key role in targeting. In the event of a launch at the U.S. mainland, U.S. missile defense systems would be employed.

The main concern is that, if North Korea fires mass ICBM’s targeting the U.S., our missile defense systems will not take down all the ICBM’s and the United States will have heavy casualties.

One of the highest concerns is that North Korea will strike with EMP’s, which would be extremely devastating to the American populace.

 Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

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