In a surprise to no one, the Biden Administration sent out condolences after receiving confirmation on the death of Iran’s evil murdering piece of crap president, Ebrahim Raisi.

Instead of a “too bad, so sad” or “he got what he deserved” or a “I hope it hurt” comment, our gloriously tone-deaf president and his merry band of thieves and idiots managed to shock absolutely no one by offering Iran their heartfelt condolences following the demise of Raisi in a helicopter crash.

Ding-dong, the Butcher of Tehran is dead!

Yes, you read that right – the “Butcher of Tehran” has met his end and Biden’s team showed up to make sure we all remember the human side of this mass murderer instead of throwing a party or having a parade to celebrate the occasion.

Biden publicly mourns the loss of one of America’s greatest enemies.

State Department spokesperson, Matthew Miller, too afraid to stand before a room full of questioning journalists declared in a statement, “The United States expresses its official condolences for the death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, Foreign Minister Amir-Abdollahian, and other members of their delegation in a helicopter crash in northwest Iran. As Iran selects a new president, we reaffirm our support for the Iranian people and their struggle for human rights and fundamental freedoms.”

Yes, nothing screams “we support human rights” like mourning the loss of a man responsible for the brutal deaths of thousands.

Who was Raisi and what did he do?

So here we are in 2024, watching the Biden-Harris-Obama U.S. government issue a statement conveying the fact that America is solemn about what happened rather than celebrating the end of a tyrant who earned the nickname “Butcher of Tehran” for overseeing the execution of up to 30,000 people in 1988.

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This is the same Raisi who, even in his more “mature” years, continued his reign of terror by cracking down on protests after the death of Mahsa Amini, a young woman who dared to wear her hijab improperly.

Israel and the United States always a target of Iran.

And never mind that Iran has spent decades supporting terrorist groups to go after the United States and Israel – not to mention launched hundreds of drones and ballistic missiles at Israel in April. And never mind that Iran is trying to develop the nuclear capability to destroy the United States and Israel.

Instead of appearing to have a backbone and condemn evil in the world, State Department spokesperson, Matthew Miller tried to justify this diplomatic faux pas by saying that recognizing the death of a foreign leader is a common practice, one that doesn’t undermine the U.S.’s stance on human rights abuses.

Miller cited the condolences sent upon the death of Stalin, as if drawing a parallel between Raisi and one of history’s most infamous dictators somehow makes this move less repugnant.

Miller said, “It is a step that the United States takes, recognizing that people have families, and in no way, in no way at all undermining our fundamental view of the Iranian regime and its crimes against its own people and our support for the Iranian people.”

What idiots thought sending condolences was a good idea?

Imagine being the fly on the wall during the brainstorming session for this condolence message. A woke Gen Z yahoo probably said, “Well, he did kill a lot of people, but it’s only polite to make a statement of condolence.”

Another 16-year-old might have chimed in, “But hey, it’s not like we’re friends – just look at our strongly worded statements about their human rights abuses!”

Unfortunately, we are living in Biden’s America now and we are stuck with what we are stuck with.

One day, the Biden administration is up in arms (or pretending to be) over Iran’s nuclear ambitions and human rights violations, and the next, they’re sending flowers and a card that says, “Sorry for your loss.”

The message to the rest of us? Dictators may come and go, but America’s polite façade under the rule of Democrats must remain.