"Ha ha, stupid America is just like Liberia and Myanmar!!"
First, as noted in other answers, this is not a logical argument. Properly understood, this is a statement, and one based on facts.
It simply means that "stupid America" is like Liberia and Myanmar in not using the metric system.
Well, is that true or is that false?
It is true, at least according to the context as asserted by the question itself (no question mark):
Only three countries don't use the metric system: the US, Liberia and Myanmar
So, it all seems good to me.
The use of the qualification "stupid" also needs to be explained. It doesn't say and cannot mean "stupid Americans", as America is not an unorganised collection of Americans.
A country is also not a person, and so cannot be properly said to be stupid.
"Stupid" here is probably meant to refer to the policy of not adopting the metric system when nearly all other countries in the world have. It means that every American legislator who supports the use of the Imperial measure system is called here "stupid".
Perhaps the qualification is also meant to suggest that it seems stupid to have fought for, and won, its independence from the British Empire only to keep using its archaic measure system.
It is also interesting to note that, as demonstrated by the question itself, human beings cannot stop themselves from interpreting what other people say as "arguments".