September 14, 2015

Surprise! Iran Announces Large Uranium Reserves

The deal is done, and Iran confirms we’ve been played.

Days after Democrats blocked a vote that would have allowed the Senate to consider Barack Obama’s foolish Iran nuclear deal, Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization announced that the country has found an “unexpectedly high reserve of uranium” at a new mine, according to Reuters News. “Unexpectedly” indeed. Iran will soon start to extract the resource. “Why is this important?” one writer at Red State asks. “Because the Obama administration’s entire negotiations with Iran is based on the idea that Iran has to import uranium ore. If it doesn’t have to import the ore, there is no way the [International Atomic Energy Agency] can rationally guess at, much less scientifically estimate, the amount of enriched uranium Iran is producing.” And it’s unlikely that Iran is simply posturing about the discovery. What does it have to gain? Obama’s political maneuvers have assured that the U.S. will enter into an agreement with the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism, and that Iran will receive between $100 and $150 billion in frozen assets with which to continue funding terrorism. Iran doesn’t need imported uranium as the international community assumed entering the negotiation room. It only needed its assets thawed. Now Iran can run a self-sustained nuclear program while being “monitored” in a way that leaves the international community wanting answers. The deal is done, and Iran confirms we’ve been played. Thanks Obama.

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