Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei recently posted an animated video On his website Former President Donald Trump has been portrayed as being nailed to a drone strike.
Featured Call of Duty-Style graphics, the video shows an unidentified Trump chatting at his Mar-a-Lago golf resort in Palm Beach, while an Iranian drone operator locks the former president’s position, which we can only guess at the heat-seeking missile. His head.
The video, which appears to have been made through Iran’s state-sponsored competition, has been widely shared on social media. You can check it out below:
The video captures the imaginary death penalty: the assassination of Qasim Soleimani, the most beloved general of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and commander of its elite Quds Force, who Was killed The Trump administration launched a targeted drone strike at Baghdad International Airport in January 2020.
Khamenei’s video was released a week after Soleimani’s death anniversary, and it shows the drone operator receiving instructions that “those who killed” the general must “pay the price” for what they did. Done.
Soleimani murder happened An expression of sorrow It was widely criticized in Iran and in the international community An unnecessary operation-And Potentially invalid. The Trump administration Defended his decision To assassinate Soleimani, it is claimed that the general was in the process of “planning an impending and horrific attack” on American personnel at the time of his death.
Since then, Khamenei has made numerous unpublished threats against Trump and those who ordered the assassination of the general. About a year ago, the highest leader Tweet out A picture that similarly shows Trump as his shadow on his golf course The drone is flying over his head.
Concerns for Trump? Uh, probably not. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person.
On Thursday, Biden administration press secretary Jane Saki Was asked about The video was released during a news conference and was said to be “offensive” but did not specify whether the US intelligence community was watching.