The Biden administration’s effort to coddle up to Iran just took another blow.
The president-elect of Iran, Judiciary chief Ebrahim Raisi, has stated he will not meet with Joe Biden under current conditions.
Ironically, the man also portrayed himself as a “defender of human rights.”
Just Say No
Biden wants to play nice with Iran, but the next president of the terrorist nation says he will not meet with Biden until the pressure from the United States has been removed.
Raisi demanded, “The U.S. is obliged to lift all oppressive sanctions against Iran.”
He has further stated that Iran’s ballistic missile program is “non-negotiable.”
It can safely be said that Raisi is a radical, having played parts in mass executions in Iran dating back to 1988, when 5,000 people were slaughtered.
Yet, somehow, the media accepted his answer that he is an advocate for human rights.
How the Biden administration will handle the results of an election that was far from honest remains to be seen.
According to reports, millions of Iranians boycotted an election that they thought was fraudulent from the outset.
Of the 32.6 million ballots that were cast, 3.7 million were voided.
Of the remaining 28.9 million, Raisi was credited with winning 17.9 million of them.
His win now places hardliners in control of the government, which means the nuclear program will receive a significant push.
This puts Biden’s desire to re-enter Obama’s nuclear deal at risk and significantly heightens the tension in the Middle East.