And Iran should not underestimate the kick in the crotch they will get for trying to slap us in the face by preventing them from developing a nuclear weapon, which we know they will use to bring back their so-called Twelfth Imam.
President Trump has made it clear that we will get tough with Iran warning them after they performed yet another ballistic missile test on January 29th. He told them they were playing with fire and that all of our options were on the table.
Gen. Mohammad (can you believe it) Pakpour said "The enemy should not be mistaken in its assessments, and it will receive a strong slap in the face if it does make such a mistake." Pakpour, who sometimes goes by the nickname "Goat Chaser" for his playful antics with these animals, is head of the Revolutionary Guard's ground forces.
The Guard wrapped up three days of military exercises with rockets, tanks, artillery, and helicopters, a few weeks after Trump put the terrorist-funding country "on notice" over the missile launch.
"The message of these exercises . . . for world arrogance is not to do anything stupid," Goat Chaser said and was quoted by Tasnim, the semi-official news agency.
"Everyone could see today what power we have on the ground," he said.
While there are mounting tensions with Israel, an analyst at Tasnim said Hezbollah, and Iran ally, could fire Fateh 110 missiles from inside Lebanon into Israel to destroy their Dimona nuclear reactor. Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah (his mother wanted to name him Mohammad) said that his slime-balls could strike Dimona.
If that should happen, President Trump will have Israel's back and that kick in the groin is gonna hurt Iran, big league.