Should the U.S. take military action against North Korea? Doc Thompson asked the question of the hour while guest-hosting on Tuesday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program.”
The country led by dictator Kim Jong Un tested another missile over the weekend. According to South Korean and Japanese officials, North Korea fired a missile that landed in Japan’s maritime economic zone, “clearly, trying to intimidate them,” Doc noted.
The missile was fired on Sunday, which is Monday morning in North Korea, and is believed to have traveled around 280 miles. Kim Jong Un has since appeared to threaten the U.S. with a warning about a bigger “gift package” in the form of another nuclear missile.
If a hit took out electricity or disabled the internet in the U.S., it would result in total anarchy, Doc asserted.
North Korea may also be a threat when it comes to cyber warfare. The country was allegedly involved the WannaCry malware attack that hit UK hospitals, FedEx and other businesses worldwide.