Iranians in DC

The AP has a whole set of video captured yesterday here in DC as a group of Iranians, and Iranian-Americans, protested the results of the contested election on the streets of DC yesterday. It’s hard to tell exactly what’s happened in Iran, whether or not the election’s been wholesale stolen, whether it’s been altered slightly, or whether this is the will of the people. It’s hard to get definitive information out of a closed society with a state-run media where the will of the Ayatollah is law. It certainly looks very suspect, and the demonstrations in Tehran, and other cities in Iran, and all the activity on Twitter certainly make it look like something peculiar as hell has happened.

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