Obama thinks his nuke deal with Iran is great. Not so, say over 100 congressmen.
We all know Iran is not to be trusted. They’ve proven it time and time again by violating U.N. sanctions and now they are violating the terms of the nuke deal. Surprising, I know (end sarcasm). As Obama continues to tout it’s greatness and how the deal was a breakthrough for the U.S. and Iran, 100 of the smartest lawmakers in the world say that the deal is nothing more than a front.
A bipartisan group of more than 100 U.S. lawmakers is urging President Obama to block further implementation of the Iran nuclear deal since the Iranians have already violated critical provisions on multiple occasions just months into the agreement.
At issue, according to the letter, is Iran’s decision to conduct ballistic missile tests on Oct. 10 and Nov. 21 in 2015. Such tests are specifically forbidden in the nuclear deal, which is formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA.
Yoho told WND and Radio America the Iranian violations are obvious.
“Iran has broken the deal already, a minimum of two times, by test-firing the ballistic missiles. This is just a blatant breach of that agreement,” said Yoho, who then elaborated on why the tests were a direct violation of Iran’s vow not to acquire nuclear weapons.
“The only reason you need a medium-range or intercontinental ballistic missile is for the delivery of a nuclear warhead. There is no other reason to have that,” he said.
So while Obama continues to be a do-nothing president, and while he thinks that making changes like this actually help, Iran and terrorist harboring countries conduct missile tests as if to say, “We don’t care what you do, the U.S. is satan and Obama is weak.” I guess that’s what you get when you have the worst president in history in office.