TREY’s TAKE: U.S. Issues A Warning to Americans

The U.S. State Department is now warning citizens that it’s a really bad idea to travel to Iran.

Ugh – tell me another one, Einstein.

The U.S. State Department has issued a travel warning to American citizens which is meant to “highlight the risk of arrest and detention of U.S. citizens, particularly dual national Iranian-Americans.”

“U.S. citizens traveling to Iran should very carefully weigh the risks of travel and consider postponing their travel,” so says the warning. “U.S. citizens residing in Iran should closely follow media reports, monitor local conditions, and evaluate the risks of remaining in the country.”

With their $400 million ransom payment to Iran for the release of hostages the rogue regime was holding illegally, the Obama administration has turned hostage-taking into a mullah money maker.

The Iranians continue to hold U.S. hostages, reports the U.S. State Department.

No duh.

The warning emphasizes that “the U.S. government’s ability to assist U.S. citizens in Iran in the event of an emergency is extremely limited.”

This proves what every five year-old knows.  You get more of what you reward.

Trade money for hostages and you are going to see more people taken hostage.

Chalk another one up to the brilliance of this administration.

 

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