After paying off Iran for hostages, State Dept. warns Iran targeting Americans for kidnapping

In yet another unbelievable story of, “didn’t every single conservative warn that this would happen?!” the State Department is now warning Americans that they’re being targeted for capture by Iran after we paid them for hostages.

From the Free Beacon:

The State Department issued a warning on Monday urging U.S. citizens to avoid traveling to Iran, which has made the detention of American a priority.

…The travel warning is mean to “highlight the risk of arrest and detention of U.S. citizens, particularly dual national Iranian-Americans,” according to a State Department announcement on Monday. “Foreigners, in particular dual nationals of Iran and Western countries including the United States, continue to be detained or prevented from leaving Iran.”

“U.S. citizens traveling to Iran should very carefully weigh the risks of travel and consider postponing their travel,” the warning adds. “U.S. citizens residing in Iran should closely follow media reports, monitor local conditions, and evaluate the risks of remaining in the country.”

Iran continues to imprison Americans, particularly those holding dual Iranian citizenship, according to the State Department.

This is exactly what America used to have the policy of not paying hostage ransom demands because it just encourages more kidnapping. But Obama put all of that aside and put more Americans in danger just for the sake of securing some idiotic “legacy” for himself.

The Iran Deal continues to reveal itself as one of the dumbest negotiations ever undertaken by an American president, but the media will barely report it since they’re so stupid and friendly with Democrat administrations, as Ben Rhodes idiotically admitted in public months ago.

Now it looks like Obama’s pals will continue to kidnap Americans for the sake of more hostage payments that they can pass on to terrorists…

Check out our full coverage on the terrible Iran Deal here.

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