Elite University Employs Suspected Iranian Terrorist

Leave it to an Ivy League university to employ an Iranian official to brainwash the next generation of snowflakes.

And, given the recent attacks that American ships have faced in the Middle East, it is safe to say that an Iranian official is a de facto terrorist these days.

Especially when that official sided with terrorist Qassem Soleimani over President Trump.

In an exclusive report from Fox News, Princeton University decided it would be a fine idea to employ someone who has all but proclaimed allegiance to the Iranian regime.

Needless to say, twelve Republicans on the House Committee of Education sent an urgent letter to the Ivy League school regarding the Iranian, a letter that the elitists will likely ignore.

Seyed Hossein Mousavian has been employed by Princeton University, apparently to brainwash students or fit with the school’s perverse “diversity” initiatives.

Like many of the students he teaches, Mousavian is a major league terrorist supporter.

Just how major?

Well, he attended the funeral of Soleimani in Tehran in 2020, which is a rather telling sign of his real allegiance.

He also appeared in an apparent tribute to Soleimani in an Iran TV program in 2022, where he mocked the wife of Brian Hook, the former US Iran envoy at the time of the assassination.

According to Mousavian’s boasts, “the wife of Brian Hook could not sleep for a few nights now,” as she feared “retaliation from Tehran.”

And, like a typical leftist, he has chosen to completely abdicate himself of any responsibility.

“The 10-second clip from my two-hour interview with Iranian TV was taken out of context … Iranian TV never broadcast the interview with me. It just broadcasted the 7-10 seconds about Brian Hook’s family. I have always opposed assassinations and threats of assassination against both Iranian and U.S. nationals,” Mousavian declared.

Yeah, sure. That’s why he attended the funeral of someone plotting the deaths of as many Americans as possible.

“When President Trump had General Soleimani assassinated, I was in Iran to visit my mother who was hospitalized … As a researcher, I attended the funeral of General Soleimani to see the reaction to this assassination. Seven million attended Soleimani’s funeral in Tehran and 20 million in other cities in total. This was clear evidence of General Soleimani’s popularity,” the pro-terrorist terrorist continued.

Ah, so now he openly supported a terrorist for “research” purposes.

Kind of like Dr. Fauci’s “research” in Wuhan.

Both of which are vehemently anti-American.

Even more shockingly, did it ever occur to the Ivy League professor that the “popularity” of the general was due to his desire to wipe the United States off the planet?

Needless to say, Republican Representative Lisa McClain is irate over the latest blow from higher education.

“Higher education has bowed down to the radical left and enemies of America for far too long, and the mere fact that a former member of the Iranian regime is given a platform at Princeton is proof,” McClain proclaimed to Fox News Digital.

Is it ever. No wonder today’s students support Hamas and apparently worship bin Laden, courtesy of another “trend” on Beijing-owned TikTok, which Biden refuses to ban.

“Let’s be clear. The Islamic Republic of Iran is not our friend. They are a major adversary, a state sponsor of terrorism, and a destabilizing force in the Middle East that sympathizes with Hamas. We cannot let a radical Iranian manipulate young American minds, and it’s well past time we do something about it,” McClain continued.

Sadly, Biden chose to release billions to Iran, then play dumb when the Iran-backed Hamas carried out a horrific terrorist attack on an American ally.

One thing is for sure: It’s clear that today’s students are MUCH better off NOT pursing so-called “higher education,” as all that appears to do is brainwash them against their own country.

Author: Jane Jones


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