My eyes can’t roll further back in my head:
“We continue to monitor closely the protests and violence in Iran. The Iranian people have been expressing their desire for dignified treatment, an end to corruption, improved transparency, and increased economic opportunities. Protestors have also demanded that the regime stop diverting the nation’s wealth to fund military adventurism abroad. Unfortunately, the government continues to imprison and kill those who are brave enough to venture into the street. It is limiting the flow of information into Iran, restricting free speech, and attempting to prevent the outside world from observing its own repression. …”
What do you think our government does?
When Charlottesville restricted our free speech and freedom of assembly and imprisoned our people in a dungeon, we were unanimously condemned by the Republican Congress, which later voted to squander our wealth on the $700 billion NDAA. We don’t have the “the free exchange of ideas and information” in this country because of Antifa violence and corporate monopolies. If free speech is now the standard, why don’t we support regime change in Germany?