The Ayatollah promises to evaporate Israel within the next twenty-five years and to continue its animosity towards the U.S.
The nuclear deal accomplished nothing beyond allowing Iran to become a nuclear threshold state with $150 billion to use for terrorist activities.
The nuclear deal was a done deal as soon as Obama began negotiations. It is now part of international law but there are some things Congress can and should do.
Congressional conservatives revolted against Speaker Boehner’s plan to move ahead under the Corker-Cardin bill and it was enough to force him to reconsider. Going along with the Corker-Cardin bill makes the deal part of U.S. law and it does not require Democrats to own it by casting votes.
National Review Online reported that there are three new House resolutions being put forward would deal with both issues and are now being considered by Boehner:
The first would declare that President Obama violated Corker-Cardin by failing to provide the side deals to Congress. The second will bar President Obama from lifting sanctions against Iran. The third will be a resolution outside of Corker-Cardin to “approve” the Iran deal that all Republicans will vote no on. Most Democrats will vote yes.
It won’t stop Obama from waiving most of the sanctions and it won’t stop a filibuster but it will force Democrats to cast a vote three times in favor of this horrendous deal. It also makes it clear that the bill was not approved by Congress.
The Corker bill was a serious mistake and this is one way to repudiate it.
Some believe that if Obama attempts to implement some of the pieces that are treaty-like, a court could issue a restraining order.
Last week, Andy McCarthy, writing for the National Review Online, insisted the deal could be stopped because, in accordance with the terms of the bill, the deal never began. Barack Obama did not fulfill the basic terms of the deal by providing the secret side deal with the IAEA to Congress. The terms of the inspections were not shared.
Whether the three-part bill passes the House or not is questionable.
Nothing will be done in the Senate.
Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell wants to move ahead with the deal though he claims he doesn’t like it. He won’t even delay it despite the fact that only 21% of the American people approve of this so-called deal. He’s worthless to the American people and is a tool of special interests and the establishment.
The migrant crisis is already disastrous and will probably grow worse once the Ayatollah has $150 billion to create more terror and more chaos in the Middle East.
Reuters reports that the Ayatollah said Tehran will not negotiate with the United States on any issue after the landmark nuclear deal.
“We will not allow the US to influence (our) economy, or politics or culture. We will stand against such penetration with all our power – that, thank God, is at a high level today,” Ayatollah Khamenei said.
He also threatened to destroy Israel.
“God willing there will be nothing left of the Zionist regime in 25 years,” Khamenei said. “Meanwhile, the heroic jihadi Islamic spirit will not leave the Zionists in peace for a second.” He described Israel as a “fake” regime.
“Some of the Zionists have said that given the results of the nuclear negotiations (between Tehran and the world powers), they have been relieved of concerns about Iran for 25 years, but we tell them that basically, you will not see the next 25 years and with God’s grace, nothing under the name of the Zionist regime will exist in the region by then,” Ayatollah Khamenei said, addressing a large number of Iranians in Tehran on Wednesday.
He added that the heroic spirit and morale of Muslim fighters will not let the Zionists feel comfort and tranquility in the next 25 years.
The nuclear deal is as bad for what is in it as for what is not. It doesn’t prevent them from purchasing nuclear weapons from rogue states like North Korea.
One Iraq war veteran mentioned that on The Kelly File Wednesday evening.