130305131906-north-korea-border-guard-binoculars-story-topThe Obama administration is denying that North Korea has developed miniaturized nuclear warheads and missiles to deliver them, even though the Defense Intelligence Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency have assessed that they exist, charges an adviser to Congress on national security. “President Obama himself began this big lie amidst the 2013 nuclear crisis when North Korea was threatening to make nuclear missile strikes against the U.S. and its allies,” said Peter Vincent Pry, executive director of the privately funded Task Force on National and Homeland Security for the Congressional Caucus on EMP.  Pry, who also directs the United States Nuclear Strategy Forum, an advisory body to Congress on policies to counter weapons of mass destruction, called for urgent hearings by the House and Senate Armed Services Committees. He believes the White House position on the communist regime’s nuclear capabilities is related to the administration’s aim to radically reduce the U.S. military’s nuclear and conventional forces. Pry told WND the DIA and CIA have both assessed that North Korea does have nuclear missiles, but Obama officials such as Director of National Intelligence James Clapper “have suppressed this intelligence.” More