Most citizens would not vote for a politician they believed would be a traitor to their country. Well, even though ‘A group of almost 200 retired generals, admirals and top military analysts submitted a letter to Congress asking them to reject Barack Obama’s nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran’ some did not listen.
‘Sen. Barbara Mulkowski (D) became the 34th vote the president needed to prevent the Senate from overriding the deal. But the Democrats had some Republican buddies that caved. 8 to be exact.
Now it’s time to blow up their phones and flood them with emails. They have committed TREASON! They should all be fired! Hell, they should all be thrown in PRISON!ADVERTISEMENT – STORY CONTINUES BELOW
HERE ARE THE TRAITORS!
Lamar Alexander of Tennessee
Dan Coats of Indiana
Bob Corker of Tennessee
Jeff Flake of Arizona
John McCain of Arizona
Lindsey Graham of South Carolina
Orrin Hatch of Utah
David Perdue of Georgia
We reported that Donald Trump exposed a little-known provision of the Iran deal that basically forces the United States to defend IRAN against our good friends Israel!
Here is the list of the 34 Senators that screwed us.
‘Although candidate Donald Trump repeatedly criticized Barack Obama’s Iran nuclear agreement, his administration has twice decided to remain in the deal. It so certified to Congress, most recently in July, as required by law. Before the second certification, Trump asked repeatedly for alternatives to acquiescing yet again in a policy he clearly abhorred. But no such options were forthcoming, despite “a sharp series of exchanges” between the president and his advisers, as the New York Times and similar press reports characterized it.
Many outside the administration wondered how this was possible: Was Trump in control, or were his advisers? Defining a compelling rationale to exit Obama’s failed nuclear deal and elaborating a game plan to do so are quite easy. In fact, Steve Bannon asked me in late July to draw up just such a game plan for the president — the option he didn’t have — which I did.
Here it is. It is only five pages long, but like instant coffee, it can be readily expanded to a comprehensive, hundred-page playbook if the administration were to decide to leave the Iran agreement. There is no need to wait for the next certification deadline in October. Trump can and should free America from this execrable deal at the earliest opportunity.
I offer the paper now as a public service, since staff changes at the White House have made presenting it to President Trump impossible. Although he was once kind enough to tell me “come in and see me any time,” those days are now over.