Masih Alinejad, the tireless, high profile anti-forced Hijab activist was invited by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for a meeting.
Here is Masih on what she conveyed to Secretary Pompeo:
Here's what I talked about with Sec Pompeo:
1) Many Iranians want an end to the Islamic Republic. Opposition's voice should be heard
2) Intl community should focus on 40 years of human rights violations by the regime
3) Traven ban hurts human rights activists, not the regime"
Above is from a blog posted yesterday. Right after Masih’s meeting with Pompeo, another Iranian human rights activists and opposition to the unreformable, warmongering and uber-international terror sponsoring Islamist fascists ruling over Iran was invited by Vice President Pence for a meeting.
Ahmad Batebi, a former student activist - who was memorialized by his picture on the cover of Economist holding the bloodied T shirt of a fellow student – paraphrasing his report on his meeting:
in this meeting in Vice-President’s office I emphasized the need to clean-out the Persian service of Voice of America from Islamist fascists’ infiltrators, openly backing Iranian the freedom seekers, pitting an end to the Islamist fascists’ lobby in America and the dual passport holding Islamist fascists’ America residing siblings.
All durign the Islamist appeaser-in-chief Obama’s disastrous presidency, Islamist fascist lobbyists like NIAC, and even a high Islamist fascist official who is suspected accomplices in terror operation in Germany, were frequent visitors/guests. Official White House visitor/guest list documents 33 such instances.
Now that the policy of cozying up tho the Islamist fascists seems to have been changed, when the opposition is invited to the same halls of American power, the Islamist fascists, their lobbies and the amoral lefty cry foul.
Airtight sanctions - which includes oil - a la against the despicable South Africa apartheid, works. U.S. lawmakers get to it.
ps. Kudos to the First Lady Melania Trump for inviting Ahmad as her special guest of the State of the Union Address.