Iran: 'Death to America!' MSM, Democrats, and Hollywood: 'How can we help?'

The successful U.S. drone strike against a top-level Iranian enemy combatant responsible for the deaths of thousands of Americans has roused the Democrats, their media mouthpieces, and Hollywood haters to defend the terrorist and vilify President Trump.  With their responses to the annihilation of  Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the Trump-haters have officially joined Iran's "Death to America" war against the United States.

For the record, Soleimani wasn't in Iraq last week to take in the sights or recite his poetry.  President Trump made it clear in a post-strike address to the nation that the target was there coordinating a military operation against American troops and diplomats.  This didn't stop everyone from Bernie Sanders to CNN to PBS to the New York Times to a mentally disturbed, washed-up actress from declaring their bleeding-heart support for Iran's "most revered military leader."


Credit: Calvin Gordon Dodge on Facebook.

According to CBS, Soleimani was an "inspirational military genius."  CNN's Anderson Cooper compared him to France's WWII hero, Charles de Gaulle,  while his cohort, Fareed Zakaria, described the now defunct General Soleimani as "heroic," "brave," and "revered."  The New Yorker depicted Soleimani as a "flamboyant former construction worker with snowy white hair, a dapper beard and arching salt-and-pepper eyebrows" who rose to power in 1998 as the head of the Quds Force, "an Iranian unit of commandos comparable to the U.S. SEALs, Delta Force and Rangers combined."
The air strike that killed Soleimani and several others early on Friday also prompted Peoples World, the official newspaper of the Communist Party USA, to stand in solidarity with Democrats in their opposition to the military action.  In a compilation of various reactions from Democratic presidential hopefuls and their colleagues, the CPUSA writer agrees with the Democrats that Trump is to blame for any impending retaliation, not Iran.

Joe Biden stated that Trump "just launched a stick of dynamite into a tinderbox."  Senator Bernie Sanders lamented the fact that members of the Democrat Party along with the GOP voted to pass the annual war budget bill last month after anti-Iran war provisions were stripped out of it.  "I was right about Vietnam.  I was right about Iraq.  I will do everything in my power to prevent a war with Iran and I apologize to no one," said Sanders.  Pelosi called Trump's decision "disproportionate and provocative."  Senator Tom Udall (D-Utah) said the killing of Soleimani was "a reckless escalation of hostilities" and put us "on the brink of an illegal war with Iran."

In addition to politicians, presidential candidates, and media pundits siding with Iran, Hollywood liberals jumped on the ayatollah train.  A 46-year-old impaired-looking actress named Rose McGowan tweeted out an apology to Iran, saying, "[T]he United States is morally corrupt and acts illegally.  It is only logical to appeal to Iran's pride by apologizing."  Actor John Cusack said Trump's actions were "full fascist 101 mode."

The perpetually race-obsessed Nike spokesperson, Colin Kaepernick, tweeted: "America has always sanctioned and besieged Black and Brown bodies both at home and abroad.  America militarism is the weapon wielded by American imperialism, to enforce its policing and plundering of the non white world."

How long before we see Kaepernick peddling Soleimani Nike sneakers?

The traitorous left in this country are openly aiding the enemies of America.  Quoting President Trump, "these people are sick."

The successful U.S. drone strike against a top-level Iranian enemy combatant responsible for the deaths of thousands of Americans has roused the Democrats, their media mouthpieces, and Hollywood haters to defend the terrorist and vilify President Trump.  With their responses to the annihilation of  Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the Trump-haters have officially joined Iran's "Death to America" war against the United States.

For the record, Soleimani wasn't in Iraq last week to take in the sights or recite his poetry.  President Trump made it clear in a post-strike address to the nation that the target was there coordinating a military operation against American troops and diplomats.  This didn't stop everyone from Bernie Sanders to CNN to PBS to the New York Times to a mentally disturbed, washed-up actress from declaring their bleeding-heart support for Iran's "most revered military leader."


Credit: Calvin Gordon Dodge on Facebook.

According to CBS, Soleimani was an "inspirational military genius."  CNN's Anderson Cooper compared him to France's WWII hero, Charles de Gaulle,  while his cohort, Fareed Zakaria, described the now defunct General Soleimani as "heroic," "brave," and "revered."  The New Yorker depicted Soleimani as a "flamboyant former construction worker with snowy white hair, a dapper beard and arching salt-and-pepper eyebrows" who rose to power in 1998 as the head of the Quds Force, "an Iranian unit of commandos comparable to the U.S. SEALs, Delta Force and Rangers combined."
The air strike that killed Soleimani and several others early on Friday also prompted Peoples World, the official newspaper of the Communist Party USA, to stand in solidarity with Democrats in their opposition to the military action.  In a compilation of various reactions from Democratic presidential hopefuls and their colleagues, the CPUSA writer agrees with the Democrats that Trump is to blame for any impending retaliation, not Iran.

Joe Biden stated that Trump "just launched a stick of dynamite into a tinderbox."  Senator Bernie Sanders lamented the fact that members of the Democrat Party along with the GOP voted to pass the annual war budget bill last month after anti-Iran war provisions were stripped out of it.  "I was right about Vietnam.  I was right about Iraq.  I will do everything in my power to prevent a war with Iran and I apologize to no one," said Sanders.  Pelosi called Trump's decision "disproportionate and provocative."  Senator Tom Udall (D-Utah) said the killing of Soleimani was "a reckless escalation of hostilities" and put us "on the brink of an illegal war with Iran."

In addition to politicians, presidential candidates, and media pundits siding with Iran, Hollywood liberals jumped on the ayatollah train.  A 46-year-old impaired-looking actress named Rose McGowan tweeted out an apology to Iran, saying, "[T]he United States is morally corrupt and acts illegally.  It is only logical to appeal to Iran's pride by apologizing."  Actor John Cusack said Trump's actions were "full fascist 101 mode."

The perpetually race-obsessed Nike spokesperson, Colin Kaepernick, tweeted: "America has always sanctioned and besieged Black and Brown bodies both at home and abroad.  America militarism is the weapon wielded by American imperialism, to enforce its policing and plundering of the non white world."

How long before we see Kaepernick peddling Soleimani Nike sneakers?

The traitorous left in this country are openly aiding the enemies of America.  Quoting President Trump, "these people are sick."