Lindsey Graham Drops Bombshell, Explains Why He Believes Kim Jong Un Is 'Dead'

Over the weekend Sen. Lindsey Graham revealed why he thinks North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is dead.


During an interview on Fox News with Judge Jeanine, Graham said he believes the rumors about Kim Jong Un are more truth than fiction.


"Well, it's a closed society, I don't know anything directly," Graham said. "But I'd be shocked if he's not dead or in some incapacitated state because you don't let rumors like this go forever or go unanswered in a closed society, which is really a cult, not a country, called North Korea."

"So I pretty well believe he is dead or incapacitated," Graham said.


"And I hope the long-suffering North Korean people will get some relief if he is dead, and President Trump's willing to do business with North Korea in a win-win fashion," Graham continued. "So, if this guy is dead, I hope the next person who takes over will work with President Trump to make North Korea a better place for everybody."


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At the end of last week Japanese media came out and reported that the North Korean dictator was in a "vegetative state" after a surgical procedure. The surgery happened after Kim was visiting parts of rural North Korea and he suddenly collapsed.


Additionally, Kim Jong Un missed celebrating a major North Korean holiday over the weekend, and he has not been seen publicly for weeks.

North Korean state media came forward on Monday and denied that he is dead. However their "proof" is rather comical. They are saying that the dictator recently sent out a thank-you letter, so how could he be dead?


Oh, OK, that proves it.