A Terrifying Future the Biden Admin is Powerless to Stop
During a recent press conference, Sec. Blinken explained the U.S. plan for dealing with Iran:
"We will look at every option to deal with the challenge posed by Iran. And we continue to believe that diplomacy is the most effective way to do that. But, it takes two to engage in diplomacy, and we have not seen from Iran a willingness to do that at this point."
On the same day, directly contradicting Sec. Blinken, U.S. Iran envoy Robert Malley put out a different message:
"We are prepared to remove all sanctions that were imposed by the Trump Administration that were inconsistent with the [nuclear] deal, and therefore we could get back to the business that we should have been on. . . . We have to prepare for a world – which we’re doing now in consultation with our partners from the region – about a world where Iran doesn’t have constraints on its nuclear program and we have to consider options for dealing with that, which is what we’re doing even as we hope that we can get back to the deal. Iran is giving us its answer by what it’s doing and not doing every day."
Why do we have to accept a world where Iran has zero constraints on their nuclear weapons program? We don’t and we won’t. That would mean arming the Middle East, and it would raise tensions in the region even more than they already are. We filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, which was ignored and led to a lawsuit over these individuals trying to undermine the previous Trump Administration over negotiations with Iran.