• Here’s Benjamin Netanyahu’s Epic Takedown of the Obama Iran Nuclear Deal

    There are hot takes flying in from around the world today on the Obama Iran nuclear deal. But none of them are as passionate and accurate as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has vigorously opposed any concessions being made with Iran over its nuclear program.

    Today, an agreement with Iran was made between Obama and other western nations. And Mr. Netanyahu was among the first to publicly shame the newly announced nuke deal Tuesday morning, calling it an “historic mistake.”

    “Sweeping concessions were made in all of the areas meant to block Iran from the ability to arm itself with nuclear weapons,” Netanyahu told Bloomberg News. “We have made a commitment to block Iran from arming itself with nuclear weapons, and that commitment stands.”

    Netanyahu, and several Middle Eastern leaders, see a nuclear Iran as a destabilizing factor in the region that could lead to a nuclear arms race and even world war. Bibi wanted to enact more economic sanctions on Iraq. The Obama administration saw things entirely different with its plan to “limit” Iran’s nuclear capability and loosening sanctions on the oil rich nation.

    It’s important to remember that just days before this deal was reached, thousands of anti-American protesters were in the streets of Iran burning flags and screaming death to America and death to Israel.

    No wonder Obama wanted to give away a nuclear program to Iran.

    “The prime minister is going to pursue with every available means at his disposal, his efforts of persuasion directed at the Congress, and American public opinion in general,” Netanyahu’s office said.

    Obama is already talking out of both sides of his mouth by at once vowing to veto any legislations that opposes his deal, while “welcoming any scrutiny” of the deal. What a joke.

    An April NBC News poll found that 53 percent of Americans believe an Iranian nuclear program represents a major threat to the United States.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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