Video: Rodman continues Kim Jong Un bromance; ‘We do the same things here’!/amandacarpenter/status/308215705243877376

Amanda Carpenter was not alone. “This Week” featured noted diplomat Dennis Rodman, who is back on American soil after an oppression tour in North Korea.

Back in the USA today! Mon in NYC I will tell what is true and not true of what you have heard and read. Love you all.

— Dennis Rodman (@dennisrodman) March 1, 2013

Huh. Truth is hard, though. You see, Rodman appeared on “This Week” to continue his reprehensible bromance with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

BREAKING: Dennis Rodman, after watching hoops with N. Korea’s Kim Jong Un, joins @gstephanopoulos today on @thisweekabc

— Mike Allen (@mikeallen) March 3, 2013

So,this happened“@thisweekabc: First on #ThisWeek: @gstephanopoulos interviews @dennisrodman.…

— Grant Whelan (@grantswhelan) March 3, 2013

Twitter users were baffled. The Fourth Estate continues to be in its death throes.

Thankfully, we have Dennis Rodman to help with our diplomatic and foreign relation issues.

— SconnieRob (@SconnieRob) March 3, 2013

Dennis Rodman is going to be on “This Week” today. World explode.

— The Fix (@TheFix) March 3, 2013

Clearly, Dennis Rodman is brokering world peace. Makes perfect sense. RT @nathanchubbard: Seriously what is going on…

— Peter Stringer (@peterstringer) March 3, 2013

George Stephanopoulos demeans excellent & historic political program by having Dennis Rodman on this morning. Washington is so, so broken.

— Brian Gass (@RBrianGass) March 3, 2013

Dennis Rodman on This Week discussing North Korea and diplomacy? What is happening?

— J.K. Simms (@jksimms) March 3, 2013

@joshelliottabc @gstephanopoulos @thisweekabc So glad we have Dennis Rodman wking on relations w threatening nations. I can sleep now! WTF?

— Kendal (@1kcrawford) March 3, 2013

Just watched Dennis Rodman on This Week interviewed by Stephanopolis.Jaw dropping.

— Bob Garrett (@BobGarrettRadio) March 3, 2013

When I think diplomacy, I don’t automatically think Dennis Rodman.

— Ryan Duffy (@ryanpduffy) March 3, 2013

Wolf Blitzer does! He called it a “diplomatic triumph.” No, seriously, you guys.

Remember when the CIA collected intel on dangerous foreign leaders? Now we rely on Dennis Rodman. #ThisWeek #TCOT

— Ed Bell (@edbelloh) March 3, 2013

“There is no one in the CIA who can tell you more about Kim Jong Un than Dennis Rodman, and that is scary” — ABC analyst

— Alex Seitz-Wald (@aseitzwald) March 3, 2013

Indeed. And just look at our dunce-like Secretary of State and bumbling buffoon of a Secretary of Defense. But, what did Rodman say on “This Week”? Insanity and inanity.

Rodman: “he loves power and he loves control.” But he’s a “good guy, he’s my friend.”

— Amanda Carpenter (@amandacarpenter) March 3, 2013

Dennis Rodman on Kim Jong Un “He’s a great guy, just a great guy.”

— Alex Seitz-Wald (@aseitzwald) March 3, 2013

“He’a a good guy to me. He’s my friend. I don’t condone what he does. … What I did was history” — Rodman

— Felicia Sonmez (@feliciasonmez) March 3, 2013

Dennis Rodman’s N. Korea interview with George Stephanopoulos was what I expected: A bumbling, nonsensical mess from a fame-addicted jock.

— Matt Taliaferro (@MattTaliaferro) March 3, 2013

@c_schwarz George,”He kills people, murderer”…Rodman,”You know, he’s cool…He’s my friend”

— j rimel (@j_rimel) March 3, 2013

RT @mikiebarb: Rodman on his trip “what I did was history”.<- Walter Cronkite just rolled over in his grave, America.

— Steve Haddad (@SNHaddad) March 3, 2013

After being challenged about his North Korea trip on @thisweekabc, @dennisrodman‘s final words were “Don’t hate me:”…

— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) March 3, 2013

Don’t hate him just because he loves him some oppressive tyrant who tortures and kills political prisoners.

#Rodman just compared the U.S.A to North Korea on #ThisWeekWithGeorgeStephanopoulos while looking like a blind rat dressed him. #ignorance

— npmommy2aqt (@npmommy2aqt) March 3, 2013

Yes, he did.

“Pressed by Stephanopoulos on the 200,000 people in North Korean camps, Rodman said: “We do the same things here.””…

— kyle! wagner? (@kylenw) March 3, 2013

Same things like starvation, torture and execution of political prisoners. But, hey, Kim Jong Un just wants President Obama to call him, maybe.

Dennis Rodman on Kim Jong Un: “He want Obama to do one thing, call him…He said if you can, dennis, I don’t want to do war.” #ThisWeek

— Elliott Schwartz (@elliosch) March 3, 2013

“He wants Obama to do one thing: Call him.” — Dennis Rodman on Kim Jong Un.

— The Fix (@TheFix) March 3, 2013

“@thisweekabc: .@dennisrodman says #KimJongUn wants @barackobama to “call him.” #ThisWeek” When did Dennis Rodman become a diplomat???

— Steve Osunsami (@SteveOsunsami) March 3, 2013

Unreal. This Twitter user tries to look on the bright side with a movie pitch for the useful idiot.

Wishing Rodman was on some kind of secret CIA mission and not just a dupe. I’m calling the movie pitch Zero Points 30 Rebounds.

— Brendan Nyhan (@BrendanNyhan) March 3, 2013

Update: Call him, he’s just a kid! Unreal:


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