Following the Capitol Hill riot on January 6, 2021, the Democrats and Big Tech had more than enough ammunition to unleash a sweeping wave of censorship that started with former President Donald Trump being banned from Twitter. That would just be the start as the Biden administration would allow big tech to become the gatekeepers of information and the judges who deemed what is labeled as misinformation. With this power, Facebook, Twitter, and Google have been able to tailor the conversations around COVID-19 and the Biden administration. But while they might be worried about safety and the truth, apparently Twitter didn’t care when Iran officials called for Trump to be assassinated.
Recently, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei shared a video on his website claiming to get revenge on Trump for the killing of QUD’s Force Commander Qassem Soleimani back in January of 2020. The video in question depicts Trump playing golf at the Mar-a-Lago resort when he is killed by a drone strike and is titled, “Revenge is inevitable”.
Before the video finishes with the statement, “Revenge in definite”, it showed the person carrying out the drone attack on Trump and how they had a picture of Soleimani on their desk when performing the operation.
The website released the video, noting it was “on the eve of the second anniversary of the martyrdom of General Haj Qassem Soleimani and the accompanying martyrs based on the statements of Ayatollah Khamenei about Martyr Soleimani.”
Khamenei would also speak with the Solemimani family, stating, “Martyr Soleimani is permanent, he is alive forever. Those who martyred him — Trump and his ilk — are in the dustbin of history and will be forgotten in the dustbin of history, but he is alive forever. The martyr is like this and his enemies will be lost and buried. Of course, God willing, they will be lost and buried after they pay the price for their worldliness.”
Being shared by Iran activists in America, Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., would blast the video. “So, the leftist oligarchs at Twitter will allow the [guard corps] to tweet death threats at President Trump but will deplatform him for calling for a peaceful protest? Last I checked, making death threats is inciting violence.”