Watch: Video of armed man at the home of Iranian-American dissident

Iranian journalist and activist Masih Alinejad blasted the FBI and Biden administration for failing to do their job after an armed man was videotaped outside of her New York home. Following his arrest during a traffic infraction, police reported that the 23-year-old had tried to enter Alinejad's home. The anti-regime activist later said she had been home alone at the time of the incident, and only had her "voice" as a means of self-defense against the Islamic Regime's attempts to silence her. "If the American government had taken strong action the previous time (when Alinejad was the target of an alleged kidnapping plot by Iranian nationals) instead of [going after the nuclear deal with Iran], it wouldn't have happened. But when the Iranian regime sees that they...don't get punished, of course they feel more confident to threaten an American-Iranian activist on American soil," says the outspoken activist in a recorded message. Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs denied any involvement, calling the accusation "baseless and ridiculous," according to semi-official Iranian state media. Video: PIX11 News

Watch: Video of armed man at the home of Iranian-American
dissident
Iranian journalist and activist Masih Alinejad blasted the FBI and Biden administration for failing to do their job after an armed man was videotaped outside of her New York home. Following his arrest during a traffic infraction, police reported that the 23-year-old had tried to enter Alinejad's home. The anti-regime activist later said she had been home alone at the time of the incident, and only had her "voice" as a means of self-defense against the Islamic Regime's attempts to silence her. "If the American government had taken strong action the previous time (when Alinejad was the target of an alleged kidnapping plot by Iranian nationals) instead of [going after the nuclear deal with Iran], it wouldn't have happened. But when the Iranian regime sees that they...don't get punished, of course they feel more confident to threaten an American-Iranian activist on American soil," says the outspoken activist in a recorded message. Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs denied any involvement, calling the accusation "baseless and ridiculous," according to semi-official Iranian state media. Video: PIX11 News