So how much of our money did Obama ship to the terrorist regime in Iran? We hear $150 billion. We are not sure. Could be a dollar less, a dollar more.
We’ll never know for sure. That’s because his entire administration operated in the dark.
That’s how he governed and that’s how he got himself elected, in lies and in stealth, and the news media did the rest. They covered for him.
They let him get away with murder – and in this case, that is not a cliché, it’s fact.
He got himself elected, in lies and in stealth, and the news media did the rest. They covered for him.
Today, in eye-popping news, we learn, from the New York Post via Politico, that to sweeten the Iran nuke deal, Obama released Iranian-connected terrorists in order to keep the mullahs talking – which they were glad to do because the more they talked the more we gave and the more they took.
So seven terrorists were let loose; seven that were marked as a danger to our national security by Obama’s own State and Justice departments.
We’re not even talking about Israel’s national security. Iran paints “death to Israel” on its missiles.
Further, Obama dropped charges against 14 fugitives “involved in smuggling sophisticated weapons to Iran,” according to the published reports.
The question we have to ask is this – on whose side was Obama operating all those eight years?
Who were his friends and constituents, the people of America or the mullahs of Tehran?
A moment ago we mentioned the $150 billion. Others say it was $33 billion. Either way, we were assured that all that dough was owed; it was theirs but being held temporarily in our banks. Who said so? Obama said so. That’s already suspicious. Who asked? Nobody asked – certainly not the press.
For all we know, the money was a gift, no escrow or whatever the legal term, but a bribe, or worse.
What could be worse? That Obama’s heart was never with us. It was always with the mullahs and their kind. He was never an “American” president.
Don’t ask me the difference between enriched uranium or impoverished uranium; but we know for sure that for Obama it was about enriching America’s enemies.
At his last hours in office he dug into our treasury and handed over $150 million to Palestinian Arab terrorists whose biggest aim in life is to destroy Israel.
Before that he (illegally) dished out for the mullahs $400 million in cash for a prisoner exchange. On top of that he added $1,5 billion.
We can’t be sure about the amounts. Obama played with our money like a reckless drunk at the casino using a stolen credit card.
Obama thinks he belongs next to Abraham Lincoln. Some of us think he belongs next to Bernie Madoff.
Was it really all about closing the nuke deal – every page of it, by the way, in Tehran’s favor – or was it really about replacing Israel as the dominant military power in the region? It irked Obama that the Jews had the upper hand. Is that fair to surmise?
Absolutely – if you recall his siding with Security Council Resolution 2334 whose purpose was to deny Israel’s rights to practically everything.
To close that nuke deal, which still gives Iran the okay to go bombs away, whom to send, a Vegas slick or a Washington fool? Obama sent John Kerry, who had his pockets picked from morning to night. The mullahs saw that sucker coming from a mile off and kept laughing while they took him to the cleaners.
They laughed when they captured a boatload of American sailors and rather than discipline the mullahs, Kerry shook it off as no problem, no harm done.
Can we still be friends? That’s been Obama’s approach to the world’s most prolific sponsor of terrorism.
Plus how many ways can Obama swindle the American people before getting caught. Well he did – and this may just be the beginning.
President Trump refers to the nuke deal as the worst deal ever, about anything. Of course he is right and of course he is now our President – thank G-d.
New York-based bestselling American novelist Jack Engelhard writes regularly for Arutz Sheva. His books, including “The Bathsheba Deadline,” are available from Amazon and other retailers. Engelhard wrote the international bestseller “Indecent Proposal” and the award-winning Montreal memoir “Escape from Mount Moriah.” His latest is “News Anchor Sweetheart.” He is the recipient of the Ben Hecht Award for Literary Excellence. Website: www.jackengelhard.com