Iranian Revolutionary Guard Strategist Has an Army in the USA Ready to Strike

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As an Iranian-American filmmaker boycotts the Oscars because he thinks his country was insulted by a temporary travel restriction, Iran claims they have thousands within the U.S. ready to strike.

Gateway Pundit posted the video below.

Iran is one of the seven countries President Trump wanted to temporarily ban until refugees and other immigrants from that terror nation could be properly screened. Apparently that’s a terrible thing by Hollywood standards.

This warning of an attack from within comes from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard to whom Obama gave at least $1.7 billion in cash and gold, knowing these liquid assets would be used to fund terrorism. A total of as much as $33 billion has been doled out to Iran thanks to Obama’s nuke deal.

Obama even allowed a lease of a strategic port be awarded to the family of Saddam’s bomb maker, a family tied to Iran.

Islamic Republic strategist and Iranian Revolutionary Guard Commander, Hassan Abbassi, said he has a secret army within the United States ready to strike.

“I’ll be brief. We have two million Iranians there. Be certain that I will raise a guerilla army from amongst them against you,” Abbassi said. “You know this well. Look how vulnerable you were on 9-11 when four Arabs who don’t know how to fight managed to endanger your foundations.”

Abbassi said they “don’t need nuclear weapons”, they have “7,000 Phds in the U.S.” and they are working with people across the globe “who have a problem with the U.S.” including “Mexico and Argentina”.

There is no reason to believe this is inaccurate. It’s very easy to slip terrorists into the United States and there are Iranian-Americans here who hold allegiance to Iran, not the USA.

The one thing that is certain is if they do strike, the left will blame Donald Trump.

This came via activist Banafsheh Zand.

Greg Gutfeld addressed the kerfuffle over the Iranian-American filmmaker and no truer words have been said in a long time.

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