WATCH: Iran Lawmakers Chant “Death to America”


You could find cases of Iranian politicians leading chants of “Death to America” while Barack Obama’s administration was negotiating a nuclear deal with Iran, which should’ve been a sign at how bad an idea negotiating with Iran was. John Kerry personally asked the Iranian government to “stop calling for the destruction of Israel and to curb anti-American street demonstrations” at the time.

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Not surprisingly, the Iranians chanted the same thing when President Trump axed the Iran nuclear deal. Tough crowd.

Now that President Trump has declared Iran’s Revolutionary Guards a terrorist organization, can you guess which chant the Iranians are responding with? Ironically, the one that makes them sound like a bunch of terrorists.

As Breitbart reported:

Iranian lawmakers opened a new session of the country’s Parliament on Tuesday with chants of “Death to America.” The taunt was meant as a response to the White House’s designation of Iran’s elite paramilitary Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) a foreign terrorist organization.
Iran’s Supreme National Security Council also registered its displeasure by calling the U.S. Central Command, known as CENTCOM, and all its forces as “terrorists”, and labeling the U.S. a “supporter of terrorism.”

Iran’s parliament then played its part, with members dressed in the IRGC uniform as they chanted.

It looks like Trump made the right call in both pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal, and in designating Iran’s Revolutionary Guard a terrorist organization – because after both cases the Iranians showed their true colors.


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