America will have to live with the consequences of the nefarious acts of the Obama administration for years.
President Donald Trump and Congress are working to prevent further damage to our nation, but some things are going to be very difficult to fix.
The negotiations with Iran over its alleged nuclear weapons program (which included BILLIONS of American dollars), is a very serious matter.
Put bluntly, did Mr. Obama, through his subordinates, compromise the security of the United States in order to be able to claim victory by getting a deal?
We don’t yet know the answer but here’s some good news: A House oversight panel has begun an aggressive investigation into this supposed Obama foreign policy achievement.
As Politico reports:
“Republican leaders of the House oversight committee said Friday they have launched a sweeping investigation into whether the Obama administration, in trying to win support for a nuclear deal and prisoner swap with Tehran last year, undermined an ambitious U.S. counterproliferation effort to thwart Iranian weapons trafficking networks.”
Members of the Senate are also demanding answers regarding the possibility that the Obama administration deliberately thwarted U.S. efforts to hinder the Iranian nuclear program:
“The Obama administration, through actions in some cases and inaction in others, significantly hampered a much-touted federal law enforcement effort known as the National Counterproliferation Initiative at a time when it was making unprecedented headway in thwarting Iran’s illicit weapons proliferation activities.”
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It’s a terrible state of affairs when it becomes necessary to investigate whether the president may have committed treason against his own country by cutting fraudulent deals with nations clearly hostile to the U.S.
Yes, clearly hostile. Iran was NEVER our ally.
It would be enough to show that Obama conspired with a hostile regime to the detriment of his own nation and its security. To find out he did so was to gain political points only makes the allegations even more serious.
Your former commander-in-chief, ladies and gentlemen.