In the latest episode of Freedoms Disciple, Jonathon has a special plea to requesting a Nobel Peace Prize for President Trump and his handling of North Korea.
Jonathon also discusses the American culture of moral outrage at the WHCD by comparing the joke that Conservatives should have been angry at and the actual jokes they were outraged by. Lastly, Jonathon shares a personal story that defined who he is and why he very rarely insults people in his commentary.
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There are calls for Donald Trump to win a Nobel Peace Prize including a bill in Congress for his work on North Korea. North Korea and the Kim family are tyrants and have a very long history of abuses towards their own people. Calling for a Nobel Peace prize sends the message that this conflict is over and we have peace – WHICH WE DO NOT!!! Dictators like Kim have a long track record of lying and playing the long game and if you need proof, look no further than whats currently happening in Iran. We also need to remember one key fact, North Korea has not given any concessions to gain peace, yet.
Could Donald Trump seal a historic deal for peace? Absolutely. If and when he does and it is verified, then call for a Nobel peace prize for Trump, but until that day comes, I am making a plea with you to please stop.
White House Correspondents Dinner
Last week the WHCD happened and as usual, there was plenty of controversies. One of the jokes delivered by Michelle Wolf gained very little attention or outrage and I believe we need to explain why this is a new troubling step for American culture.
Conservatives were angered at outraged at some of the comments towards Kellyann Conway and Sarah Huckabee-Saunders at WHCD. Where they vile and hurtful? YES. However, can we stop the outrage please as anyone can find a lot worse in 5 minutes on social media by BOTH sides? I want to use this opportunity to explain why you rarely see me insult people online and that is because I have been bullied since I was 4 years old and know personally the first-hand effects of bullying and name-calling.
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