Here’s How Much Iranian Lawmaker From Soleimani’s Home Town Just Offered As Bounty For Trump’s Head

(Tea Party 247) – You know how the Democrats are always clutching their pearls over Trump’s “harmful rhetoric”?

Railing on about how rude and uncouth he is and how he’s going to get us all blown up by a nuclear bomb for being so mean to the widdle dictators and tyrants overseas?

About that.

An Iranian lawmaker is single-handedly reminding the world why a tough-talking, no-nonsense commander-in-chief is everything the United States needs and more.

While Trump antagonizes the oppressive regime on Twitter and offers support to the brave men and women protesting their corruption, the Iranians are offering bounties on POTUS’ head.

How’s that for “harmful rhetoric”?

On Tuesday, Iranian lawmaker Ahmad Hamzeh offered a $3 million bounty for anyone who kills President Donald Trump because apparently they’re upset that we haven’t bombed them to oblivion yet.

Hamzeh made the declaration to parliament in Tehran, and it remains unclear whether the offer is supported by any of Iran’s top leaders, Reuters reported, citing the news agency ISNA.

“On behalf of the people of Kerman province, we will pay a $3 million reward in cash to whoever kills Trump,” Hamzeh reportedly stated.

Hamzeh is from Kerman, the hometown to Gen. Qassem Soleimani, who was killed in a US airstrike on January 3rd in Baghdad, Iraq after backing the December 31 attack on the US Embassy there.

During his speech, Hamzeh also addressed Iran’s nuclear program, stating that “if we had nuclear weapons today, we would be protected from threats.”

“We should put the production of long-range missiles capable of carrying unconventional warheads on our agenda,” he is quoted as saying. “This is our natural right.”

“We have therefore been left with no choice, given Iran’s actions, but to register today our concerns that Iran is not meeting its commitments,” foreign ministers to the three nations had written in a letter to the foreign policy chief of the UN.

On Tuesday, Iran also announced that their foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, canceled his trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, where the President of the United States currently is.

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