Months before the protests that are shaking the Islamic Republic of Iran began, President Trump stood before the entire world at the United Nations and boldly declared that the terror regime would fall.
“The good people of Iran want change, and, other than the vast military power of the United States, that Iran’s people are what their leaders fear the most,” he correctly predicted.
As another day of protests begins, as the Islamist thugs of the IRGC face a choice between an outraged populace and a failing regime, his words in that September speech ring truer than ever.
“The longest-suffering victims of Iran’s leaders are, in fact, its own people,” he pointed out.
“Oppressive regimes cannot endure forever, and the day will come when the Iranian people will face a choice. Will they continue down the path of poverty, bloodshed, and terror? Or will the Iranian people return to the nation’s proud roots as a center of civilization, culture, and wealth where their people can be happy and prosperous once again?” he challenged.
Iran’s Hassan Rouhani, the stalking horse that the Supreme Leader of the theological terror state trotted out to make it easier for Obama to sell his nuke sellout, fumed that Trump’s speech was “ignorant, absurd and hateful.” He whined that it was, “unfit to be heard in the UN.”
And he all but pleaded with Trump not to shut down the nuke deal that had funneled countless billions to the regime and its political elites.
Instead next month, President Trump decertified Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal and urged Congress to impose new sanctions. The IRGC, the regime’s international and domestic terror force, was hit with terrorsanctions. The media and the Obama echo chamber behind the deal forecast disaster.