When you think of Dennis Rodman, three words immediately don’t come to mind: stability, clarity, and diplomacy. That’s why he’s the perfect ambassador to North Korea, the land of unbridled moonbattery.
On Monday, Dennis Rodman traveled to the isolated Communist nation with several former NBA players in preparation for an exhibition basketball game set to take place on the birthday of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, an event that is sure to be off the charts bizarre.
The next day, Rodman appeared via satellite on CNN’s “New Day” for an interview with Chris Cuomo. Cuomo asked Rodman a question about the controversial and unexplained detaining of U.S. citizen Kenneth Bae by the North Korean government.
If the interview was ever on the rails, this is where it clearly went off.
Dennis Rodman then proceeded to give a stuttering and stammering diatribe on, well, we’re not sure what. In his mind, his answer probably sounded reasoned and logical. To everyone else, he sounded like Barney from the Simpsons.
The following are some of the nonsensical musings which poured out of Rodman’s foul, pierced mouth:
The one thing about politics … Kenneth Bae did one thing … If you understand what Kenneth Bae did. Do you understand what he did in this country? No, no, no, you tell me, you tell me. Why is he held captive here in this country, why? … I, I, I, I, I would love to speak on this.
You’ve got, you’ve got 10 guys here, 10 guys here, they’ve left their families, left their damn families to help this country, as in a sports venture. That’s 10 guys, all these guys here, do anyone understand that? Christmas, New Year’s …
No, I don’t give a s*** what, I don’t give a rat’s ass what the hell you think. I’m saying to you, look at these guys here, look at them … they dared to do one thing, they came here, they came here, they came here.
Ain’t no shield. I’m gonna tell you one thing. People around the world, around the word. I’m gonna do one thing. You’re the guy behind the mic right now. We are the guys here doing one thing.
Great points, Dennis. Actually, he makes more sense than any host on MSNBC ever has.
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