Thursday, December 10, 2020

Biden Vows to Surrender to Iran, Then Negotiate; Biden’s Dangerous Delusion on Renewing the Iran Nuclear Pact, and related stories

Biden Vows to Surrender to Iran, Then Negotiate:
"Say it ain't so, Tehran Joe."
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 declares.

This was after 9/11.
Now, after decades of swimming in Iran Lobby cash, including in this election, Joe's got a plan. "Surrender first, strategy later." --->READ MORE HERE
Joe Biden’s dangerous delusion on renewing the Iran nuclear pact: Goodwin:
The assassination of Iran’s top nuclear scientist counts as a rare piece of good news from the mad mullahs’ gulag. It eliminates a key player in the bid to get nuclear weapons and creates a safer world.
The event is being celebrated by the Trump administration, which has been relentless in bringing Iran to its knees. Israel, which likely carried out the bold hit, is delighted by the demise of a man whose weapons threatened to wipe the Jewish state off the map. Also cheering are the Sunni Arab nations whose governments are targeted by Iran.
In short, the death of Moshen Fakhrizadeh is an unmitigated good thing to millions upon millions of innocent people. Yet to read The New York Times or listen to Joe Biden, the death is a bad thing because it complicates Biden’s plan to persuade Iran to rejoin the nuclear pact that President Trump wisely scuttled.
“Iran Pact’s Fate Dealt New Blow By Assassination,” read a mournful piece in the Times last Sunday.
Biden said it is “hard to tell” how much more difficult it will be now to get Iran to back to the deal, but remains determined to try.
Welcome to a bizarro land ruled by nostalgia for a past that never was. --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to related stories:

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Saudis warn Biden to call them before rushing to restore Iran deal

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