Iran Allowed to Run Voter Stations on U.S. Soil for Their Election

President Joe Biden will allow the Islamic Republic of Iran, the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism, to operate absentee voter stations on U.S. soil for the country’s upcoming presidential election.

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Voice of America, a U.S.-state-owned news network and international radio broadcaster, reported that Iranian Foreign Ministry official Alireza Mahmoudi recently informed Iranian state media that the country is planning to set up dozens of ballot stations across the U.S.

The country claims that the U.S. accounts for 30% of Iran’s diaspora, the largest percentage of any country, the report said.

“The U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey estimates there are about half a million people born in Iran or of Iranian origin in the U.S., while the Iranian American nonprofit group National Union for Democracy in Iran, or NUFDI, says it has a higher estimate of more than 1 million,” the report said.

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