While the Biden Regime is busy going after patriots over the Jan 6. Fedsurrection and continues to seek a Trillion-Dollar deal with the murderous Iranian regime, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards are openly threatening to assassinate President Donald J. Trump.
On January 9, 2023, a Telegram channel run by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) shared a video threating to kill U.S. President Donald Trump and top U.S. defense officials who were involved in the drone strike against IRGC terror chief Qassem Suleimani Jan. 3, 2020.
The video features footage of these officials, images of various weapons including guns, explosives, and poison, footage and images from crime scenes, and a caption that reads: “The perpetrators of general Soleimani martyrdom will be punished for their actions. We will determine how and when to punish. Coming soon…”, writes Middle East Media Research Institute MEMRI.
The U.S. officials shown on the evidence board are: President Donald J. Trump; former National Security Advisor Robert C. O’Brien; Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley; former NSC Middle East affairs director Robert Greenway; U.S. Cyber Command Commander Gen. Paul Nakasone; former Deputy National Security Advisor for Middle East Affairs Victoria Coates; former Deputy National Security Advisor Matthew Pottinger; Director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Vice Admiral Frank Whitworth; Joint Chiefs of Staff director Lt. Gen. Andrew Poppas; and former U.S. CENTCOM commander Gen. Kenneth McKenzie.
In December, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken continued to endorse negotiations with the Iranian terror regime even after 3 months of protests in Iran following the death of Mahsa Amini in police custody Sept. 16. “We continue to believe that ultimately diplomacy is the most effective way to deal with this, but that’s not where the focus is”, Blinken said.
“The Biden administration is hedging against the Iranians taking to the streets in favor of an anti-American, terror-sponsoring regime that’s helping Russia attack Ukraine. President Biden should work with allies to restore international sanctions on Iran at the UN Security Council and articulate a clear U.S. policy in support of the Iranian people’s desire to bring down the regime that has oppressed them for 40 years”, said Richard Goldberg of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracy.
The Biden administration has yet to formally withdraw its offer of sanctions relief for the Islamic Republic. The deal on the table would provide the regime with $274 billion of relief in its first year and $1 trillion by 2030, FDD writes.
The agreement would also lift U.S. sanctions on the top financiers of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) — the U.S.-designated terrorist organization responsible for cracking down on Iranian protesters and supplying Russia with drones to attack Ukraine. These financiers include the Central Bank of Iran and the National Iranian Oil Company, both of which funnel billions of dollars to the IRGC.
While President Biden has said that the Iran nuclear deal is “dead”, Hossein Taeb, an advisor to IRGC commander Hossein Salami, claims the U.S. is “begging to come back to the negotiations,” Yigal Carmon writes on MEMRI.
“According to Arab and Iranian media – and in contrast to all earlier rumors that the nuclear deal had fallen through – the nuclear negotiations are still alive, and have recently even intensified. For instance, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, French President Emmanuel Macron, and European Commission Vice President Josep Borrel met at the December 20 Baghdad II summit in Jordan, and all sides reported that progress is being made in the negotiations,” Carmon says.