Ann Coulter slammed President Trump and Vice President Pence for agitating for regime change in Iran while America is turning into a third world country domestically.
“Hey, could you guys stand w/ Americans with kids killed by illegals? I’m sure you have GREAT plans for the Middle East, but we were hoping you’d save America first,” Coulter tweeted to Pence on Sunday.
“Which one is achievable in the next 7 (or 70) yrs? 1) Peace and stability in the Middle East; 2) An end to the 3rd-worldization of America? Which one is your JOB?” Coulter said to Trump.
Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney, Boris Johnson, the US State Department and others joined in on the loosely veiled calls for regime change.
The Iranian people, especially the young, are protesting for the freedom and future they deserve. I hope their government responds peacefully and supports their hopes.
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) December 31, 2017
For too long, the Iranian people have been oppressed by their government, which cares more about sowing instability abroad than its own citizens. The U.S. stands with the brave protesters who yearn for freedom, peace, and an end to corruption in Iran. https://t.co/taDmyE1w7k
— John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) December 30, 2017
Profoundly moving to watch those seeking freedom in Iran. Patriots afar remind us of the patriots who won our own freedom and also those who preserve it. Heroes all.
— Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) December 31, 2017
Important that we support the nonviolent protesters in #Iran. This is the result of a regime more focused on propping up terrorist organizations than addressing the plight of its citizens.
— Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) December 29, 2017
Secretary Tillerson reiterates the United States’ deep respect for the Iranian people. We call on all nations to stand with us in demanding the regime respect their basic human rights. #Iranprotests
— Heather Nauert (@statedeptspox) December 31, 2017
— Ana Cabrera (@AnaCabrera) December 31, 2017
Aren’t there things the U.S. can do to un-block Instagram in Iran? Or to make access to other communications channels easier for Iranian citizens? Or to hamper Iranian regime communications? Or at least to block in return, e.g., access by Iranian leaders to foreign money?
— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) December 31, 2017
Watching events in Iran with concern. Vital that citizens should have the right to demonstrate peacefully.
— Boris Johnson (@BorisJohnson) December 31, 2017
Daniel McAdams of the Ron Paul Institute said this claptrap about “human rights” is the “exact same script from Kiev, Libya, etc dusted off again.”
“Same words. Particularly cruel when you are preparing to bomb these same citizens to pretend to care about their rights,” McAdams said to Boris Johnson.
Exact same script from Kiev, Libya, etc dusted off again. Same words. Particularly cruel when you are preparing to bomb these same citizens to pretend to care about their rights… https://t.co/AWJJ896AIJ
— Daniel McAdams (@DanielLMcAdams) December 31, 2017
If Trump wants to throw his presidency away, getting involved in another Middle Eastern war is the way to do it.