It’s safe to say that North Korea did not take kindly to Gardner’s description of North Korea
Supreme Dignity brutal dictator Kim Jong Un a “whack job.” A spokesperson for the regime on Friday hilariously called Colorado’s U.S. Senator Cory Gardner a “mixture of human dirt…which lost human body hair as well as the rudimentary judgment ability….” Oh no, not the horrible insult of losing body hair (which incidentally is a billion dollar industry in the United States).
Gardner, chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific, and International Cybersecurity Policy, recently called for President Trump to get tough, not cozy, with North Korea. Gardner also has been calling for sanctions against the regime.
North Korea, according to Google Translate, also called Gardner a “fierce confrontational fanatic.” If Gardner is a confrontational fanatic in terms of keeping a brutal dictator from harming Americans and his own people, consider us fanatics, too.