Iran

I am not sure how many were alive and taking notice back in 1979 when our embassy was over run by Iranians.

November 4, 1979
On November 4, 1979, just after the Shah arrived in New York, a group of pro-Ayatollah students smashed the gates and scaled the walls of the American embassy in Tehran. Once inside, they seized 66 hostages, mostly diplomats and embassy employees. After a short period of time, 13 of these hostages were released
In that instance we had a weak and ineffective President.  Jimmy Carter, much like Obama and Kerry was not able to budge the leadership in Iran to release the hostages. Weak and ineffective.  After a failed rescue attempt, failed negotiations and apparently no resolve to get our people out, they had to endure 444 days of captivity.  On the day President Ronald Reagan took over as Commander In Chief, they were released.
Folks the only thing this renegade country understands is either force or the threat of force by someone who has the capability to follow through.  President Trump was right in his recent actions toward Iran.  I don’t want war, but Iran must never, I repeat never have nuclear weapons.  Full stop!
God Bless America

Truth

Rep. Jim Jordan
@Jim_Jordan
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’ foreign policy record: -Tougher on Russia -Out of Obama’s Iran deal -Moved embassy to Jerusalem -Brought hostages home from North Korea -USMCA & other trade deals -Took out al-Baghdadi -Eliminated Soleimani All this despite Dems seeking to undermine him at every turn.

Unity

It is amazing how in lock step the MSM news media, Hollywood, and Democratic leadership is when it comes to anything that happens today.  How would anyone not think that killing a known terrorist and especially a leader in Iran that has spread death and chaos around the Middle East, was a bad thing,

I am proud to have a man, not a soy boy with skinny jeans in the White House.  Iran has to be held responsible for their past and present actions.  Trump has more patience than I would have.

I sincerely hope no war is coming, but that is up to Iran.

Iran activist: Don’t believe U.S. media coverage of Soleimani ‘mourners’ – WND

An exiled Iranian activist and journalist is warning Americans watching media coverage of the reaction of the Iranian people to the death of Gen. Qassem Soleimani: “Don’t take what you’re seeing at face value.” “Without doubt, Soleimani had support among hard-liners and regime loyalists,” wrote Masih Alinejad in a op-ed for the Washington Post. Advertisement…

Source: Iran activist: Don’t believe U.S. media coverage of Soleimani ‘mourners’ – WND