Friday, January 22, 2016

White House Says It's “Entirely Likely”, “Even Expected” That Iran Will Use Money We Released For Terrorism

From the Free Beacon:
White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Thursday it was “entirely likely” and “even expected” that Iran will continue to support terrorism as it receives tens of billions of dollars in sanctions relief through the Iran nuclear deal. 
The deal brokered by the Obama administration and other world powers gives Iran, the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism, $100 billion in sanctions relief in exchange for compliance with the agreement meant to stop the rogue regime from getting nuclear weapons. 
After Secretary of State John Kerry acknowledged Thursday that “some” Iran deal money would go to terrorists, CBS reporter Margaret Brennan asked Earnest at the White House briefing whether he agreed. 
“I think that reflects his rather logical conclusion that a nation that supports terrorism may use some of the money that’s coming into the country to further support terrorism,” Earnest said. 
“The thing that’s important for people to recognize is that critics of this agreement often exaggerate the value of the sanctions relief that Iran will obtain, and they often overlook the rather severe economic priorities that are badly underfunded inside of Iran.”
So, in other words, the Obama Administration admits it is giving aid and comfort to the enemy.


Always On Watch said...

And it's a-okay with the Obama administration -- and Hillary Clinton. She has hugged Obama's policies even closer -- as of the last Democratic debate.

Always On Watch said...

How the hell does Josh Earnest sleep at night?

Pastorius said...

I don't know, but I suspect he will eventually end up like this:

Pastorius said...

Read this:

Epaminondas said...

What I heard was "Yes, we now financially support the IRGC and Hezballah, and also HAMAS, I guess, but what are you gonna do?"

Anonymous said...

Article III, Sec. 3 of the US Constitution states:

"Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court.

Who should start impeachment procedures for TREASON on members of this administration? If nothing is done after this open admission there is no way of anticipating how low we will slide in a not-too distant future.

Always On Watch said...

If nothing is done after this open admission there is no way of anticipating how low we will slide in a not-too distant future.


It seems to me that many Americans are apathetic now. We know that we are powerless because none of our political leaders are willing to take a stand for our Constitution.