According to a new report, the Iran Deal violates U.S. law by reopening a legal loophole that will allow subsidiaries of U.S. companies to do business with Iran.
So if the side deals are secret, from whom are they being kept secret? The U.S. Congress, apparently.
Congressman Mike Pompeo appeared on Frank Gaffney’s Secure Freedom radio show yesterday and offered grim predictions for Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran. Gaffney’s first question for Pompeo was straightforward. Citing a recent claim from Democrat Adam Schiff, Gaffney asked if “all pathways” to a nuclear weapon for Iran are closed. Pompeo’s response was less than […]
“So the best choice Congress has is to make clear what its position is, and conform to the Constitution rather than to a mooted and violated process that may not meet legal muster anyway.”
There is growing bipartisan opposition to the Iran deal as members of Congress discover this agreement will shorten the timeline to an Iranian nuclear weapon, has extremely weak verification provisions and and will provide Iran with billions in sanctions relief that it likely will use to fund terrorist groups, the Assad regime, and other efforts to destabilize the Middle East.
The President of the United States of America has elected to bypass the American legislative process and secure commitment from the United Nations’ leadership council.
“We cannot let the world’s most dangerous weapons fall into the hands of the world’s most dangerous state-sponsor of terrorism.”