Obama Approves Huge Uranium Shipment To Iran That Could Be Used For Nukes

Obama Approves Huge Uranium Shipment To Iran That Could Be Used For Nukes

Obama has given Iran billions of dollars and now he has approved a huge shipment of uranium which could be enriched to make nuclear weapons. It is supposed to compensate for Iran turning over reactor coolant, but the nuclear deal is suppose to keep them from developing weapons so why would they give up reactor coolant which is used for energy production and receive uranium which can be used for weapons? From the AP: Iran…

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OBAMA LIED: 2 days after cash delivery, US paid $1.3 billion to Iran by wire transfer. He claimed that we had to pay cash because we couldn’t pay any other way

OBAMA LIED: 2 days after cash delivery, US paid $1.3 billion to Iran by wire transfer. He claimed that we had to pay cash because we couldn’t pay any other way

The Obama administration proved it was lying and paying a ransom to Iran. The United States had to pay the $400 Million in cash so Obama could keep it secret and no one would find out he was paying ransom even though all other payments made to Iran were with a wire transfer. But when you control the Department of Justice, you can do pretty much whatever you want. Obama could outright have his political…

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State Department Admits Paid $400 Million Ransom to Iran

State Department Admits Paid $400 Million Ransom to Iran

Reporter James Rosen questioned State Department spokesman John Kirby on a “direct connection” between Iran releasing U.S. prisoners and the Islamic republic receiving $400 million. Kirby eventually acknowledge the U.S. was not going to hand over the $400 million, “the leverage,” to Iran until the American prisoners were released. This is the definition of ransom. Obama paid Iran $400 million and we will now be funding Iran’s terrorism around the world. JAMES ROSEN, FOX NEWS:…

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VIDEO: American Hostage In Iran Confirms Obama’s $400M Was Ransom Payment

VIDEO: American Hostage In Iran Confirms Obama’s $400M Was Ransom Payment

The Obama administration is caught in another lie. US Iranian Hostage Saeed Abidini told FOX Business Network and CNN that the Iranian regime would not let his plane leave Iran until Obama’s ransom plane arrived with $400 million in euros and Swiss Francs. TRUMP CAMPAIGN STATEMENT ON OBAMA’S REFUSAL TO ANSWER QUESTIONS ON IRANIAN TERROR, ISIS SURGE “The Obama Administration is now engaged in a cover-up of their fly-by-night untraceable cash airlift to Iran, the…

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Obama pays $400,000,000 to Iran as American Hostages Release; “Not a ransom”

Obama pays $400,000,000 to Iran as American Hostages Release; “Not a ransom”

It appears that Iran made us pay ransom to get our troops back and we did it. Great negotiating skills from the Obama administration as expected. Shocked that a failed community organizer doesn’t know how to negotiate with terrorists. From Market Watch: The Obama administration secretly organized an airlift of $400 million worth of cash to Iran that coincided with the January release of four Americans detained in Tehran, according to U.S. and European officials…

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Experts discuss Iran Nuclear Inspections

Experts discuss Iran Nuclear Inspections

Two Nuclear Experts that worked at the International Atomic Energy Agency discuss the Iran Deal. There is more in depth analysis here than I’ve seen anywhere else. Olli Heinonen & Thomas Shea from @iaeaorg talk inspections clauses contained in #IranNuclearDeal pic.twitter.com/3pezpj96E3 — Washington Journal (@cspanwj) July 19, 2015

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Even Senator Rand Paul comes out against Iran Deal

Even Senator Rand Paul comes out against Iran Deal

Even Senator Paul has come out against the Iran Nuclear Deal. The dovish Senator has been the GOP Senator most open minded about the Iran deal, but said on his Twitter he is agains the deal for 3 reasons:   The proposed agreement with Iran is unacceptable and I will vote against the agreement. 1/2 — Dr. Rand Paul (@RandPaul) July 14, 2015   The deal is bad because 1) sanctions relief precedes evidence of compliance…

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