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Iran Now Blaming United States for Crash of Ukrainian Airliner

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If we know one thing about the Iranian regime, it’s that they are unpredictable saber-rattlers who constantly seek to upend global decorum.

They have been the recipient of a great deal of international attention on account of their uncouth actions, and they have doubled down on their nonsense in an effort to reverse some of the sanctions levied against them.  This maneuver, common with dictators such as Kim Jong Un, will inevitably lead to failure, however, it is somewhat effective in nations where the media is state-run.  Every victory for the leadership is heralded, and every loss is buried.

So, after Iran was forced to admit to “unintentionally” shooting down a Ukrainian airliner during their ballistic missile blitz against US soldiers stationed in Iraq, the Persian people took to the streets to demand justice and an end to the Islamic regime.

This has Tehran seemingly changing their tune.

Senior Iranian officials suggested on Wednesday that U.S. “cyberattacks” and “enemy sabotage” may have taken down Ukrainian International Airlines (UIA) Flight 752, less than a week after Tehran admitted its soldiers shot the civilian plane out of the sky.

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Radio Farda, the Persian wing of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, cited remarks by Iran Guardian Council chairman Ahmad Jannati on Wednesday speculating that “enemy sabotage” may have played a role in the plane’s demise. Another official, Brigadier General Ali Abdollahi, made a more concrete accusation against the United States – that Washington hacked Iran’s airspace radar systems in a “cyberattack,” making it impossible for authorities to tell if the commercial airliner was an enemy missile targeting the capital.

It is doubtful that many within the international intelligence community will give these new allegations any sort of gravity, given the long history of ridiculous falsehoods Iran is famous for.

 

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Iranian People’s Love for Trump Breaks A Twitter Record, The Left-Media Ignores It

President Donald Trump broke a record on Twitter this week, yet the media has completely ignored it.

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Trump broke a record on Twitter this week, yet the media has completely ignored it. Why? Because the record resulted from the support millions of regular Iranian citizens have for President Donald Trump.

The President set a Twitter record by Tweeting out the most liked Tweet ever posted in Farsi, Iran’s most important language.

With the terror-loving Mullahs cracking down on the pro-democracy activists in Iran, President Trump tweeted out his support for the Iranian people.

“To the brave and suffering Iranian people: I have stood with you since the beginning of my presidency and my government will continue to stand with you,” Trump tweeted in Farsi. “We are following your protests closely. Your courage is inspiring.”

Trump’s tweet came on the heels of millions of regular Iranian citizens flooded the streets to protest against the terroristic regime of the ruling Mullahs.

In turn, the Iranian government began cracking down on the people by beating them, arresting them, and even killing them.

By Monday evening, the tweet had earned more than 360,000 likes.

Saeed Ghasseminejad, a senior adviser and financial economist at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, noted that the tweet was a record-breaking posting.

In another Tweet, Trump wrote, “The government of Iran must allow human rights groups to monitor and report facts from the ground on the ongoing protests by the Iranian people. There cannot be another massacre of peaceful protesters, nor an internet shutdown. The world is watching.”

So, why has the U.S. media ignored all this? Because it shows that the Iranian people love Donald Trump. And the media can’t have that.

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