The Biden Administration Is About to Make a Reprehensible Deal in the Middle of the Russia Madness – Opinion

We all know Joe Biden doesn’t have the most brilliant mind on this planet. His administration has committed many big mistakes within a little over a year of being in office. But even knowing that — even knowing how he is wrong on virtually every foreign policy decision over the past forty years, in the words of Obama Secretary of Defense Robert Gates — it’s still something to see how low Biden can go.

One of the best ways to respond to Russia’s situation would be to recognize the value of energy independence, and to increase our production capacity to compensate. We have it in abundance, so why don’t we use it? It’s essential for our national security. But that makes sense only if you’re a sentient human being and if you weren’t compromised by a leftist agenda that didn’t put the interests of America first.

Instead, as we previously reported, they wouldn’t rule out the possibility of getting oil from Iran. Now, when asked about that report, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said she wasn’t going to talk about it because they are “close to a deal.” I think that means close to a deal on the general deal they have been trying to reach with Iran.

Psaki says she won’t speak to it until after they already have a deal. In other words, you don’t want to give any answers until it’s too late. Is Congress in agreement with this statement? Don’t they have to cut the money for any such deal? Of course, they didn’t approve the deal under Barack Obama either. This, even as Iran may be working toward a bomb, is oppressing their people, and is still chanting “Death to America.” How is this a sane national security decision to enter back into a deal with Iran? Once again, we’d be paying to prop up the regime of the mullahs that for years we wanted to see come down. On top of that, Iran instead of Russia is like saying that you’ll use the left hand of the Axis of Evil rather than the right.

One reporter inquired about Iran wanting the White House to take the IRGC of the terrorist list. Psaki refused to respond to the question, which has to make you think that it’s probably true which would be reprehensible.

This is one of many possible bad aspects of what Iran may have agreed to by the White House, as we reported previously.

Ah, but guess what? The negotiator for the Iran deal is Russia’s ambassador to Iran. Russian diplomat to Iran says the deal might be in place very soon.

What makes them think they can be taken seriously when we have all this?

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