You remember the Iran deal, right? The one Obama made all sorts of promises on, then broke them left and left?
(NY Post) The Obama administration keeps on breaking its promises on the Iran deal — its promises to the American people, that is.
The latest betrayal: The Treasury Department just lifted key restrictions on Iran’s ability to do business in US dollars and access world financial markets — breaking Team Obama’s explicit vows as it lobbied Congress not to nix the deal.
Iran’s banks weren’t even cut off from the US financial system over the nuclear issue — but over Tehran’s funding of terrorism, its regional aggression and so on.
Which makes another Treasury move even more squalid: It will now also let foreign firms and branches of US firms do business with Iranian groups like the Revolutionary Guard.
Obama treats Iran better than he treats the US allies, and better than he treats American citizens who disagree with him. He’s making it easier for the Revolutionary Guard to do business, and their business is state sponsored terrorism.
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