It’s hard to tell which part of President Trump’s State of the Union speech was most triggering for liberals. Trump citing record-low African-American unemployment really seemed to tick off the Congressional Black Caucus, for example, and who knows what the chants of “USA” did to the Democrats’ internal organs.

Vox founder Ezra Klein found the bit about North Korea scary, in that it sounded (to him) like Trump preparing the nation for war.

It is just us or is the really scary thing how the North Korean nuclear threat was utterly ignored by the previous administration?

The threat’s always been there, and liberals seem to think the danger comes from Trump pointing it out, rather than being “pragmatic” and just learning to “tolerate” nuclear weapons in the hands of Kim Jong Un.

So, demonizing the genuinely awful North Korean regime is scary?

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