Joe Biden is already crawling into bed with Iran, even though they are breaking the agreement they made with Obama that was ridiculously lopsided in Iran’s favor. They are enriching uranium even though their European partners stayed in the agreement. That alone should prove that President Trump was right. He is trying to position himself as the anti-Trump in all things.
Within the first five days of his regime, he plans to lift the travel ban so that would allow terrorists from the worst countries in the world can come here. After all, it’s not fair that Trump put a lid on foreign terrorists and did not allow them to ply their trade here in the United States. I am curious as to how the media will determine how it’s Trump’s fault when terrorists from one of the banned countries commit an act of terrorism.
Members of the new regime say they have informed Israel of their talks with the terror regime. Somehow I imagine it was less informational and more like signaling that Iran is Biden’s preferred partner. A separate report by the Israel Hayom daily said that Israel is quite aware of the danger of Iran getting nuclear weapons with Biden’s help and are mapping out what they can do to hinder the progress towards building a bomb.
Iran last week announced that it was resuming enriching uranium to 20 percent, in violation of the accords and a move Israel has warned proves the Islamic Republic is seeking nuclear weapons.
The enrichment is part of a wide-reaching campaign to avenge the November killing of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, the mastermind behind the country’s nuclear weapons program, which Tehran blamed on Israel as well as in response to sanction imposed by the U.S.
According to a New York Times report, Israel was also behind the killing of al-Qaeda’s second-in-command.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned that Iran had become al-Qaeda’s new headquarters, and that the two are now “partners in terrorism.”
Britain, France and Germany on Saturday warned that Tehran has “no credible civilian use” for the uranium.
“The production of uranium metal has potentially grave military implications,” said the foreign ministers of Britain, France and Germany in a joint statement.