Hannity radio guest host calls for "bombs raining down on North Korea"

Hannity radio guest host calls for "bombs raining down on North Korea"

Jonathan Gillam: "I just think if you’re going to hit them, you have to hit them with surprise and you have to make a commitment"

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From the July 5 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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JONATHAN GILLAM (GUEST HOST): How many different presidential administrations do we have to go through before somebody says, enough is enough, they’re going too far, and we have to go and take care of this problem now. If I would have been elected president, I’m not saying, I’m a Donald Trump supporter. And I don’t want anyone to think that I’m coming down on President Trump for this. But you know, I’m not politically correct in the majority of things I do, that’s why I only lasted at CNN for a little bit of time before they stopped using me. But I, you know, I would have talked to my Department of Defense, and the day I was elected, or sworn in, while I’m giving my speech up on Capitol Hill, I would have had the bombs raining down on North Korea. I mean I just think if you’re going to hit them, you have to hit them with surprise and you have to make a commitment.

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SCOTT UELINGER: If we decided on some kind of preemptive strike against North Korea, it would have to be literally a lightning war. It would have to be very quick with everything we’ve got because not only would you have to cut the head off the leadership but you’d also have to start taking out their missile sites.

Previously:

"Hitler said it best" -- Trump ally Michael Savage quotes Hitler to condemn Obama

Right-wing media figures declare “the first shots of the second American civil war have already been fired”

Alex Jones calls on Trump to move “physically” and make a “military move” against his enemies

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