Kerry Promises Iran He’ll Violate Omnibus Visa Requirements Won by the GOP

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The Iranian nuclear deal that Iran’s Ayatollah has not signed and which they have already violated is the focus of the new visa requirements included in the omnibus. It was one of the few “wins” by Republicans.

The Deputy Foreign Minister of Iran accused the United States of violating the deal by toughening up visa requirements. Apparently the US is not allowed to change immigration laws.

“If the United States Congress cannot implement a more secure visa procedure for those who travel to state sponsors of terrorism like Iran, then the Iran deal ties the hands of lawmakers to a greater extent than even deal critics feared,” Mark Dubowitz, the executive director of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and an expert in Iran sanctions, told Bloomberg Views.

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No problem, that deal put into the omnibus which Republicans praised as a win, can easily be ignored.

In a letter to his Iranian counterpart, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry reassured Iran that the law “will not in any way prevent us from meeting our JCPOA commitments.”

Kerry noted in a letter to Mohammad Javad Zarif that there are “a number of potential tools available,” including multiple entry ten-year business visas and programs for expediting business visas. He also said the White House had the power to issue waivers to potentially exempt individuals from the new travel laws.

An enemy of the United States can get waivers when they are among those who are putting us in danger? The AP reported Monday that Iran has attacked our power grid but we are going to give them waivers.

In his letter, he wrote:

Thanks for a constructive meeting yesterday. I wanted to get back to you in response to your inquiry about amendments to our Visa Waiver Program. First, I want to confirm to you that we remain fully committed to the sanctions lifting provided for under the JCPOA. We will adhere to the full measure of our commitments, per the agreement. Our team is working hard to be prepared and as soon as we reach implementation day we will lift appropriate sanctions.

I am also confident that the recent changes in visa requirements passed in Congress, which the Administration has the authority to waive, will not in any way prevent us from meeting our JCPOA commitments, and that we will implement them so as not to interfere with legitimate business interests of Iran. To this end, we have a number of potential tools available to us, including multiple entry ten-year business visas, programs for expediting business visas, and the waiver authority provided under the new legislation.

The administration can’t wait to give them the hundreds of billions in sanction relief they can then use to sponsor terrorism.

He wrote further:

Thanks for a constructive meeting yesterday. I wanted to get back to you in response to your inquiry about amendments to our Visa Waiver Program. First, I want to confirm to you that we remain fully committed to the sanctions lifting provided for under the JCPOA. We will adhere to the full measure of our commitments, per the agreement. Our team is working hard to be prepared and as soon as we reach implementation day we will lift appropriate sanctions.

Don’t take those “Death to America” chants seriously. He doesn’t mean it just like he doesn’t mean it when he builds up his ICBM system.

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  1. mr. dubowitz and his ‘foundation’ are and have been heavily funded and influenced by the neos and the jewish lobby. just google “Foundation for Defense of Democracies” and pick any or all of the top ten results.

    our kids don’t need to die or be hurt in another manufactured ‘war’, just say’n sara…b

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