Iranian regime’s agents operating polling stations across the United States, sources say

The Iranian regime is believed to be the polling stations in the United States before the country’s election on Friday, an effort that apparently it’s against US laws, apart from Iranian agents operating on American soil in this way, according to sources apprised of the situation.

There are almost 50 such polling stations, where Iranian expatriates can vote in the United States, including in major American cities, like New York City and Washington, DC, for a list of polling stations published on the Internet.

Iran’s polling stations have already shut down in Canada, and the calls are mounting for the trump administration to take similar action, according to a White House petition created, the call of Iranian dissident groups to President Donald Trump to “shut down illegal Iranian regime of choice to local in the USA”.

Iran is preparing to hold its presidential elections on Friday—a process described by critics as corrupt Iranian regime opponents warn that the polling-occupied locations, the agents of the Islamic Republic. This can Department a violation of U.S. law, apart from regime officials from travelling across America, without the Express permission of the State.

At least 27 polling sites that were set up on the East coast, according to information published online, with more across the country.

U.S. law prohibits the agents of the Iranian regime from traveling 25 miles outside of New York City and Washington, DC, without the Express permission of the government. In addition, the sanctions prohibit U.S. citizens from the business relationship with representatives of the Iranian government.

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