Obama’s pro-Iran echo chamber still secretly talks with the terrorist regime and insists it’s ‘normal.’
No, this is not normal. They need to be investigated and prosecuted. We’re allowing them to interpret the constitution how they see fit, operating in any capacity they deem “normal.” Time to put up or shut up, start building cases so they can be prosecuted and enforce convictions with jail time when appropriate.
Obama’s Pro-Iran Echo Chamber Still Secretly Talks With Terrorist Regime And Insists It’s ‘Normal’ https://t.co/02RvFrb0bY
— The Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) May 31, 2019
Today, a stunning report in the Daily Beast reveals the depths to which the sycophantic pro-Iran capitulators of the Barack Obama foreign policy apparatus continue to sink to support the terrorist regime that remains the world’s number one state sponsor of jihadist exportation.
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In unusual journalistic fashion, the Daily Beast anonymously quotes many former Obama administration officials throughout the piece — thus lending cover to those who would openly collude with a brazen American geopolitical foe against the interests of the American people.
Per the Daily Beast:
As the Trump administration sent warplanes and an aircraft carrier to the Persian Gulf, a small group of former Obama administration officials reached out to their contacts in the Iranian government, including Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. Their message to Iran: Don’t take Trump’s bait. Stay calm.
Conversations between former Obama officials and Iranian government officials have been ongoing since November 2016. Zarif, who visits the U.S. every year for the U.N. General Assembly in New York, usually meets with lawmakers, think tanks, journalists, and former officials when he is in town. More
This is a clear violation of the Logan Act of 1799 (1 Stat. 613, 18 U.S.C. § 953, enacted January 30, 1799). AG W. Barr should have a field day with this.
Penalties under this act were modified in 1994 since $5,000 (an immense sum of money in 1799) isn’t what it used to be. Violation is a felony but not necessarily treason. The common use of the word treason is significantly different from the constitutional definition of treason.
— X David Smith, American Nationalist X (@DancrDaveBackup) May 31, 2019