Iran Says F*ck You To Trump – Tests ‘Advanced’ Rockets During Military Exercises (TWEETS/VIDEO)

Iran’s rocket launch today marks the second act of defiance towards the United States in less than one month.

The Monday report by Tasnim, an agency considered to be close to the Revolutionary Guard, said the launch of “smart and advanced” rockets came during an annual three-day maneuver which began on Monday in Iran’s central desert.”

The Trump administration released a statement after a launch last month saying that Iran was “on notice.”

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif mocked the U.S. and its Twitler by saying that tweeting is fashionable, and that Iran does not take kindly to threats.

Trunews reported:

“Zarif added that ‘everybody tested us for many years – all threats and coercions were imposed on us,’ while stressing that the ‘concept of crippling sanctions’ didn’t stop Iran from acquiring thousands more centrifuges which are used for enriching uranium.”

There is no word on the type of missile deployed, nor what the target was. The only thing we know is that Iran is considering it a successful launch.

Iran is prohibited from these tests, according to the New York Times:

“The previous United Nations resolution had specifically prohibited such tests, with wording the Iranians were eager to jettison. Under the new resolution, Iran was ‘called upon not to undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons, including launches using such ballistic missile technology.’”

Predictably, Agent Orange is still focused on his lies about Sweden and has not issued a statement.

It is clear that Iran has no respect for the current administration. Following the first launch three weeks ago, CNN reported:

“Speaking to reporters Thursday in Tehran, the Iranian adviser, Ali Akbar Velayati, dismissed what he called the US leader’s ‘baseless ranting’ and said that even Americans were not satisfied with ‘Trump’s extremism,’ according to Iran’s semiofficial Fars News Agency.

Velayati blasted Trump as lacking sufficient experience, saying he should take lessons from his predecessor, Barack Obama. Those who threaten the Muslim world should take a look at US failures in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, he added.”

So Iran has made good on their promise to continue test launches. It is our move. I feel super safe in Trump’s tiny hands. How about you?

Although there is no way to know whether the images in this video are recent, it gives you a good idea of their capabilities:

Featured Image Via YouTube Screenshot.

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