Unbelievable!… Two Years Later – Obama Administration Tells Iranian Regime to Allow Protests

Worst. President. Ever.
In 2009 the Iranian regime was shooting at protesters from rooftops.

Obama said, he didn’t want “to be seen as meddling in Iranian elections.”

In 2009 Neda was shot dead in the street.

Obama ignored their calls.

Today, two years later, Barack Obama called for the Iranian regime to allow protests.
The Hill reported:

The White House said Saturday that, off the heels of 18 days of Egyptian protests that ousted President Hosni Mubarak, Iran should allow its people to demonstrate.

Tehran had praised Egyptians for rising up against Mubarak’s secular government, calling it an Islamic awakening. Yet some trace the roots of the grass-roots, social-media-driven revolt in Egypt to the Green Revolution protests against President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s last election and demanding democracy.

Hey Barack… Here’s a little information…
The protests are over now. They were quashed.
Nice work.

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