Fox News Pundit Calls for U.S. to ‘Destroy’ North Korea’s Navy

November 24, 2010

(ChattahBox U.S. News)—Fox News analysts are known for their strong opinions, and a discussion on last night’s episode of “Fox and Friends” was no exception. Fox News’s resident “terrorism expert” Michael Scheuer said that the U.S. “should have destroyed as much of North Korean Navy as we could” months ago, and that we should be ready to do that again now, reports.

Telling “Fox and Friends” host Brian Kilmeade that the U.S. is assigned as a defender of South Korea, Scheuer said that the U.S. needs to act like a superpower, “So, the heck with what China thinks,” he said “Just go take them out.”

After Scheuer noted that North Korea would then be forced to spend money on new boats rather than “nuclear stuff,” Kilmeade added, “Yeah, let their people starve,” notes.


2 Responses to “Fox News Pundit Calls for U.S. to ‘Destroy’ North Korea’s Navy”

  1. Old Man Dotes on November 24th, 2010 12:18 pm

    Never let it be said that Faux News employees put their brains in gear before engaging their mouths.

    Michael Scheuer’s idea is only slightly less stupid than Glenn Beck’s usual advice. After all, why should we care that a US attack on North Korea’s naval fleet might easily escalate to a nuclear war between the US and China? What’s a few billion dead people (both American and Chinese, not to mention the fallout casualties everywhere else) compared to Fox’s important dick-waving?

  2. Mandaue Mactan on November 24th, 2010 4:31 pm

    I think it’s best to let that region work out its own problems, at least as a start. China should be the first to call North Korea on this and China should put their food down but they probably won’t because China, Russia, Iran and North Korea make quite a combination to stalemate the rest of the world. They like it that way. We say yes, they say no, we say stop and they say go…

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