Just as Joe Biden snubs Israel and begs to rejoin the Iran agreement, it is revealed that I(ran has been secretly working on nuclear weapons.
One can only hope that for once Democrats would take the side of Americans, but I concede that will never happen, especially with Biden in the lead.
There’s just no money in it for Hunter.
Only a Democrat would see no problem in the world’s largest exporter of terrorism having nuclear weapons.
Inspectors took samples near Iranian facilities and they found evidence that Iran was working on nukes. Iran now says it will ban inspectors from sites and has refused to be examined.
Negotiators for Biden are making inquiries as to how many pallets of cash it will take for Iran to go along with this charade. My guess? At least three.
The U.N.’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) discovered the “new evidence of undeclared nuclear activities” at two different sites, suggesting that Iran is working overtime to develop the weapons the agreement was alleged to have prevented.
Biden reminds me of the guy back home that had a hay baler that kept jamming up. He would reach inside to free it up and the baler would cut off one of his fingers. He would bale some more hay and the baler would jam up again. And he would lose another finger. After the fourth time, he began to think that this was a losing game. The difference is Biden has never learned that lesson. He has been consistently wrong on foreign policy for the better part of four years.
“The IAEA listed in a report in June questions it was asking Iran to clarify on a range of work that could be used for nuclear weapons. One suspicion was Iranian drilling of a uranium metal disc that could be used to create material for a neutron initiator, experts say, a key component of a nuclear weapon,” the report said.
“A second suspicion was that nuclear material had been introduced at a site where Iran may have tested high explosives that can be used to detonate a nuclear weapon.”
“The agency is also asking Iran about another undeclared site where illicit uranium conversion and processing may have taken place,” the report added. “All the suspected activities took place in the early 2000s or earlier, according to the agency.
Two of the sites were razed years ago. Another site was sanitized by Iran in 2019, the IAEA reported. The IAEA said it has not ruled out that materials from this nuclear work have been used more recently.”