If you guessed nothing, you’re (sadly) correct.
As we reported yesterday, Iran released new images of the American sailors it detained in January, some of which showed one sailor crying.
Iran has been using the brief capture as a propaganda tool. Fortunately, no one was harmed during the capture, but it goes to prove that other countries do pay attention to our military strength.
And in Obama’s America, that strength has become cause for ridicule.
And ridicule is what our new bosom buddy, Iran, did to our military as part of its celebration of Iran Revolution Day.
Via The Gateway Pundit, in photos from yesterday’s celebration, you can see paraders dressed as the captured U.S. soldiers:
Yesterday was Iran revolution day and their parade included a reinactment of the capture of American soldiers. pic.twitter.com/mrm5c85U3t
— Jonathan Boling (@pastorjonathanb) February 11, 2016
— Sattar Saeedi (@SattarSaeedi) February 11, 2016
Here’s a report on the parade on ‘Fox and Friends’ (skip ahead to 3:38):
And did you hear how our president responded to this latest outrage? Yeah, I didn’t either.
It’s difficult to see our men and women in uniform mercilessly mocked by the likes of Iran — and even more painful to acknowledge that it’s the very actions of our own leaders that have enabled this.
[Note: This post was authored by The Analytical Economist]