• Top Democrat Chuck Schumer Tells Obama Where He Can Stick His Iran Nuke Deal

    Longtime liberal jerk and the top Democrat in the U.S. Senate Chuck Schumer, blasted a thousand holes in Obama’s blindingly horrific Iranian nuclear agreement.

    During the much-talked about inaugural Republican presidential debate, the New York senator released a lengthy statement where he sounded a lot like Republicans who have been against the Iran nuke deal from day one.

    To be clear, Schumer basically told Obama he can take this nuclear agreement and shove it: “I think there is a strong case that we are better off without an agreement than with one.”

    He also whacked Obama’s top negotiator John Kerry over the head, saying “there are serious weaknesses in the agreement.”

    For weeks, Obama has been attacking opposition voices to the Iran nuclear deal as people who only want war. “What I said is absolutely true, factually,” Obama said about his own comments where he said Republican share a “common cause” with the “hardliners” in Iran who don’t want a deal and only want war.

    Well, now, his buddy Chuck Schumer is reading from the Republican hymnal on nuking the nuke deal.

    Those who argue for the agreement say it is better to have an imperfect deal than to have nothing; that without the agreement, there would be no inspections, no snapback. When you consider only this portion of the deal — nuclear restrictions for the first ten years — that line of thinking is plausible, but even for this part of the agreement, the weaknesses mentioned above make this argument less compelling.

    If Iran really wants to defy America and our allies and obtain and nuclear weapon, then all they have to do is “exercise patience” Schumer says.

    Read his full middle finger to Obama here.


    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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