Stunning footage has emerged of protesters in the Iranian city of Sirjan rescuing two men from being hanged by the regime.
The video, uploaded to YouTube on Saturday, shows a brutal clash between Iranian authorities and protesters that was largely overlooked until Gateway Pundit found video footage of it. A Reuters report from last Wednesday stated that security forces “shot dead two gunmen” in the melee that followed the rescue, but, as Jim Hoft points out at Gateway Pundit, “the only ones with guns in the video are the regime thugs.”
Footage shot by an amateur cameraman shows a crowd of people descending on a gallows where two men — Esmail Fathi-Zadeh and Mohammad Esfandiarpoor, reportedly both convicted bank robbers — are being hanged. Protesters rush the gallows and hold up the men, preventing them from choking to death, until someone manages to cut them down. Then gunshots can be heard, and the crowd flees as security officers rush the area.
The cameraman then finds his way to a young man, presumably a protester, lying on the ground. He has been shot in the chest.
Reuters reported that 25 people were injured in the melee.
“When you see footage such as this, with anti-regime Iranian protesters losing any concern about their own safety, it’s hard to imagine the current leadership hanging on,” writes Joe Weisenthal at Business Insider.
The following video was recorded December 22, 2009, and uploaded to the Web December 26, 2009.
MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle: The markets finally realized the economic crisis is linked to the health crisis
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Williams asked if the numbers this week are different from normal pre-election years.
"This is quite different," said Ruhle. "The markets have woken up to the fact that this health crisis is directly linked to the economic crisis. The markets can't thrive when we don't have a national plan to deal with the coronavirus. And you look at the GDP, you know that tomorrow, you led the show with it, the president is going to say, 'We're back, baby! With the greatest economy ever.' That's not the case. We have been seeing improvements. We are on the road to recovery. But even if we get 30 percent, 35 percent GDP, which would be positive, it's far from saying we're back."
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"MAGA Frozen" celebrates those who could lose a toe to the tune of "Let it Go."
"The MAGA rally just ended tonight,He danced to YMCA.His campaign bussed me out hereBut the ticket was one-way.Extremities have all gone numb,All to watch Trump attack Biden's son.My feet can't feel severe frostbite.I think I might,Lose a toe,Lose a toe,Left foot will have only four.Lose a toe,Lose a toe,My choice of footwear was poor.Obamacare will cover my stay.Oh, wait, Barrott got confirmed.Might have to sell this tiara on eBay."
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While it no longer appears like a high school mock trial assignment, it still lies about the example he gave in the Vermont details.