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Tripartite Malfeasance

Friday, September 30, 2016 16:11
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From The Wall Street Journal a report of what went on behind the scenes with obama’s payoff ransom for hostages.

According to senior U.S. officials, a senior State Department official, Brett McGurk, and a representative of the Iranian government signed three documents in Geneva on the morning of Jan. 17.

One document committed the U.S. to dropping criminal charges against 21 Iranian nationals, and Tehran to releasing the Americans imprisoned in Iran.

Another committed the U.S. to immediately transfer $400 million in cash to the Iranian regime and arrange the delivery within weeks of two subsequent cash payments totaling $1.3 billion to settle a decades-old legal dispute over a failed arms deal.

The U.S. agreed in a third document to support the immediate [sanctions] delisting of the two Iranian banks, according to senior U.S. officials. In the hours after the documents were signed at a Swiss hotel, the different elements of the agreement went forward: The Americans were released, Iran took possession of the $400 million in cash, and the U.N. Security Council removed sanctions on Bank Sepah and Bank Sepah International, these officials said. WSJ Article

Zero Hedge has a good summary of the cash for hostages deal.

This is treason. And one day either Israel will stop Iran’s nuclear ambitions or Iran will use nuclear weapons in the Middle East. However things go, obama’s treason has made it far more likely that there will be war and incredible bloodshed in the Middle East. And if that happens, and I pray it won’t, that blood falls squarely on obama’s hands and soul.

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