Saturday, 12 September 2020

Biden and Iran. Background detail you need to know.

Just 3 weeks after 9/11, Biden wanted to send $200 Million to Islamic terrorists.

He saw it as, in his words, what he had spent his entire adult life preparing for.

"This," Joe Biden announced to committee staffers, "is what I've spent my entire adult life preparing for."
At the Tuesday-morning meeting with committee staffers, Biden launches into a stream-of-consciousness monologue about what his committee should be doing, before he finally admits the obvious: "I'm groping here."

Then he hits on an idea: America needs to show the Arab world that we're not bent on its destruction. "Seems to me this would be a good time to send, no strings attached, a check for $200 million to Iran," Biden declared.

In short, Biden's response to a massive Islamic terror attack that brought America to its knees, was to appease the Mad Mullah of Iran.

As further evidence of Biden's dangerous foreign policy ideas, he threatened to impeach President Bush if he went ahead and destroyed Iran's nuclear missile facilities.

"I want it on the record, and I want to make it clear," Biden said. "If he does, I will move to impeach him."

Kaveh Mohseni, a spokesman for the Student Movement Coordination Committee for Democracy in Iran, calls Biden "a great friend of the mullahs."
He notes that Bidens election campaigns "have been financed by Islamic charities of the Iranian regime based in California and by the Silicon Iran network," a loosely-knit group of wealthy Iranian-American businessmen and women seeking to end the U.S. trade embargo on Iran. "In exchange, the senator does his best to aid the mullahs," Mohseni argues.

Another fact that should be exposed before the 2020 election.

In April 2020, as America was reeling from the pandemic, and Americans were facing economic ruin, 34 House and Senate Democrats, led by Diane Feinstein, signed a letter lobbying for the Trump Administration to lift sanctions to help Iran economically with an initial $5 Billion.

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