Shocking Public Accusation Against Biden Administration

Ebrahim Raisi, President of Iran, publicly accused the Biden-Harris regime of conducting what he called a “failed policy of destabilization” aimed at the oppressive Islamist government.

Iranian mass protests have continued to call for the end of the Ayatollah-led terrorist state in spite of harsh crackdowns from internal security forces. Raisi has dismissed the unrest sparked by the death of a 22-year-old woman in the custody of Iran’s morality police as a purported Western plot, according to The Associated Press.

The Iranian President, well-known as a “protégé of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei,” has referred to the protesters as “flies,” and sought to minimize reporting of the nationwide protests that have seen girls and women, supported by outraged men, remove their hijabs in defiance of Tehran.

“The Iranian nation has invalidated the American military option and, as they themselves have admitted, brought the policy of sanctions and maximum pressure a humiliating failure,” Raisi told the international press on Thursday at a conference in Astana, Kazakhstan.

“Now, following America’s failure in militarization and sanctions, Washington and its allies have resorted to the failed policy of destabilization,” he said, according to a translated transcript of his remarks from the AP.

The embattled Iranian leader failed to mention that the protests have spread now to over 19 cities across Iran.

Khamenei, when he spoke Wednesday to Iran’s Expediency Council, again claimed that foreign powers had stoked what he characterized as “scattered” protests.

“Some of these persons are elements of the enemy and if they are not, they are in the direction of the enemy,” Khamenei said.

Iranian forces represented by Gen. Hossein Ashtari also denied riot police have fired upon protesters as shown in multiple videos claiming according to AP reports, that “counterrevolutionary groups abroad” donned police uniforms and fired into the crowds.

Iran Human Rights, released an estimate Wednesday that approximately 201 people have been killed including 90 people gunned down by Iranian Security Forces in the city of Zahedan.

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