HUGE: Iran’s Ayatollah Khamenei Releases Video on His Official Website Depicting the Assassination of President Trump – Biden Does Nothing (VIDEO)

The supreme leader of Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei, released a video of an assassination attempt of President Trump.  Joe Biden remains silent. 

American Military News reports:

Iran released an animated video on Thursday depicting the assassination of former President Donald Trump.

The video titled “Revenge is Inevitable” opens on what is meant to be “Trump’s House” in Palm Beach, Fla. The video then shows Trump playing golf in his iconic red “Make America Great Again” baseball cap while surrounded by four other players.

Here is the video:

This is while Biden is attempting to put together a deal with Iran!

The video was published on Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei’s website, which described the release as “the eve of the second anniversary of the martyrdom of General Haj Qasem Soleimani and the accompanying martyrs based on the statements of Ayatollah Khamenei about Martyr Soleimani,” The Sun reported.

In a statement posted along with the video, Khamenei is quoted as telling Soleimani’s family that “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 statement read. “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.”

Joe Biden remains silent. 

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