James Taylor jokes flow after John Kerry warns North Korea ‘appropriate action’ will be taken

In response to North Korea’s latest nuclear test, John Kerry issued a statement warning the nation that the U.S. would take “appropriate action.”

“The United States and nations around the world have unequivocally condemned North Korea’s latest nuclear test. This highly provocative act poses a grave threat to international peace and security and blatantly violates multiple U.N. Security Council resolutions,” said a release from the State Department.

Kerry warned that the U.S. “will not accept North Korea as a nuclear armed state, and actions such as this latest test only strengthen our resolve.”

“We call on the North to end these provocations and choose a better path,” he said in the statement.

Of course, instead of inspiring a wave of patriotic support, all the foot-stomping and finger-wagging unleashed a buffet of social media snark.

As one Twitter user aptly put it, “Release the hashtags.”

And the James Taylor punchlines.

And then, there was this….



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