Why Obama Gave Technology To Iran

What everybody already knows: Iran wants a nuclear weapon. Whether it’s to utilize for themselves, or to monetize to the open market of global bad actors Iran is heavily invested in getting the bomb.

What many did not know: Our goal going into the multi-lateral talks with Iran was clear, end Iran’s nuclear weapon pursuit. Our end result walking away from the talks was equally clear—the United States leading the way—gave Iran permission to get the nuclear bomb (the very thing we were attempting to keep them from getting.)

What many now think: Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons has been suspended for ten years, and they are twenty years from a nuclear bomb.

What only few know: According to how the agreement is interpreted, Iran may be 16-24 months from having a nuclear payload.

Not since the Munich pact when Great Britain’s Neville Chamberlain gave away the nation of Czechoslovakia to Adolf Hitler has such a monumental waste of time and energy gone into intense and necessarily serious global negotiations—only to come away with the world in far greater danger than before the talks commenced.

The failure in this case so epic that Chamberlain’s “peace in our time” ineptitude will be second place on the list of historic gaffes behind Obama’s “we kept them from getting the bomb.”
The level of incompetence by best measure, or by treasonous malice by worst, is such that America, our European, and Middle Eastern allies will all be soon bending to the fever induced whims of mullahs that would rather behead us all.

Fundamentally transforming America has commenced, towards Shia Sharia Law and everything that comes with it.

But it was a couple of days after the deal was announced that Richard Allen of the #StopIranRally and www.StopIranRally.org was on my show(s) and pointed out that in the agreement, Obama promised something even more sinister. Buried in the depths of the agreement, the following:

The USA shall supply “cooperation in the form of training courses and workshops to strengthen Iran’s ability to prevent, protect and respond to nuclear security threats to nuclear facilities and systems as well as to enable effective and sustainable nuclear security and physical protection systems.”

So not only did we go to a meeting to end their nuclear weapons program, and come away giving them permission to continue with it.

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