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Killing Terrorists? Hmmm. Biden State Dept Tongue-Tied About Support for Soleimani Assassination

By Adam Kredo 


Three years after his death, anti-regime protesters tear pictures of notorious terrorist

Three years after the elimination of one of the world’s most notorious terrorists, President Joe Biden’s State Department is tongue-tied when it comes to articulating its support for President Donald Trump’s decision to take out Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.

Amid protests across Iran that have seen anti-regime demonstrators tear apart pictures of Soleimani, the State Department declined to comment on those acts of rebellion or say whether it stands by the U.S. military operation that killed Soleimani.

“We’re not going to rehash history,” a State Department spokesman told the Washington Free Beacon in response to questions about whether it believes the January 2020 drone strike on Soleimani made America safer. When asked if it has comment on videos showing Iranian protesters burning pictures of Soleimani, the spokesman said, “We cannot comment on every act of protest taking place inside Iran.”





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