Josh Earnest was just asking for scorn with THIS release on Iran deal

Giving the infamous “Baghdad Bob” a run for his money, White House press secretary Josh Earnest tried to sell the country on the idea that we have taken “a significant step toward a safer world” with President Barack Obama’s suspect nuclear agreement with Iran.

On the same day the Obama administration announced the lifting of sanctions against Iran, Earnest took to social media to share a video detailing the administration’s take on the benefits of the “historic” deal.

Lifting the sanctions immediately frees up $50 billion in assets for the world’s leader of state sponsored terrorism. A country that just humiliated the U.S. military by releasing a video showing 10 U.S. sailors it had captured on their knees with their hands behind their backs.

But all is well, Ernest informs us.

Based on the reaction of social media users, Earnest’s propaganda is having no more success than Iraqi counterpart Baghdad Bob realized in his heyday. Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:


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