Mahmoud Ahmadinejad uses the word N in tweet about George Floyd

Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was outraged to use the N-word in a hypocrite message about the death of George Floyd.

“The killing of # GeorgeFloyd was deeply disturbing and upset and is the result of the current world order that we all need to come together.” controversial hardliner tweeted FridayWith a screenshot of now viral-sized knee death in Minnesota, Minnesota

Pull out the trigger trigger using a racist slurry that was not edited by quoting Tupac Shakur’s “Changes” song in 1998, he killed an N – he is a hero.

While the reference was a tune about police brutality, the term offensive did not violently lead to anger on Twitterverse.

“Did you give an Islamic fundamentalist who is part of a ruthless dictatorship with the word N transition?” one person answeredHe suggested that someone who “did not commit crimes against humanity” would be more valuable.

However, many attacked the hypocrisy of the Holocaust denial, ignoring their own terrible human rights record so that it could attack American policemen.

“He said a sociopathic killer,” author Christina Sommers wrote In response, he posted photographs of many terrible crimes in which Ahmadinejad was charged as the Iranian leader from 2005 to 2013.

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“What was that? Unfortunately, I could not hear the screams of all the Iranian citizens you killed.” @ randeez72 replied.

Ahmedinejad is no stranger to making hateful comments. He claimed that the Holocaust never happened in the past, called the world “to eliminate the Zionist regime” and even claimed that the 9/11 terrorist attacks were carried out by the US government.

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