As Iran continues to incite global trouble as the world's leading sponsor of terrorism, and as that rogue nation continues to develop weapons-grade nuclear fuel, how is the Biden administration responding? Alarmingly, the plan is to ease up on economic sanctions and re-join the flawed nuclear treaty.
Prior to President Trump's peace-through-strength policy, the Obama administration negotiated a nuclear deal with Iran that has to be one of the worst transactions in history. Obama gave Iran $1.7 billion in untraceable cash, much of which was used to fund terrorism and fatten the bank accounts of Iran's corrupt regime.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry even admitted that some of the cash “will end up in the hands of the IRGC (Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps) or of other entities, some of which are labeled terrorists.”
Strength and accountability beats appeasement, and even though Biden wants to re-open negotiations with Iran, that country's murderous regime can't be trusted. With Biden apparently eager to deal with Iran, can he be trusted either?