The U.S. Department of Defense confirmed this week that North Korea tried and failed to launch a successful 5th nuclear missile and hit its intended target – or anything close to it.
Unfortunately, no video or other documentation exists of either the missile crash, or the egg on Kim Jong-un‘s face when it happened.
So instead, here’s an oldie but a goodie, the sweet caviar of all comical flight-fail videos on the internet. In the 2013 footage, 2 or more Russian civilians somehow managed to sneak close to a missile-testing ground and take a home video of a launch.
It didn’t go as expected. The current crop of Democrats would have you believe that the Russian military is an unstoppable, evil force, but based on this video evidence there is not much to be afraid of. Ignore the mistaken “North Korea” label under the vid – the launch occurred in good old Russia and couldn’t make for a more amusing home-video set anywhere else.
Stop laughing and listen after 1:02. Does it make one of the Russians cry?