Who are you going to believe, a bunch of crazed fanatics who will tell any lie to achieve their murderous goals… or Iran? Obama Inc. distributed talking points to Congress claiming that Iran had made concessions in exchange for extending the talks (until Iran gets the bomb) such as allowing snap inspections of facilities. Iran says these talking points are as real as the Benghazi ones that Susan Rice took on the Sunday morning shows.
In talking points disseminated to congressional offices since the extension in talks was announced, the administration has claimed that the terms of the agreement—which will prolong talks through July 2015—included “significant concessions” by Tehran, according to the Associated Press. However, Iran says that this is a lie and that no new concessions have been agreed upon. The confusion over what was exactly agreed upon between the sides is likely to impact an ongoing political dispute between Congress and the White House over whether continued diplomacy is enabling the Islamic Republic to advance its nuclear program. The conflict also harkens back to similar disagreements regarding the November 2013 interim nuclear agreement struck in Geneva. Iran, at that time, also accused the White House of lying about the deal after several statements by the administration were later rebuffed by Iran’s negotiating team. The administration was ultimately forced to walk back these statements.
So far Obama Inc. can’t even agree with Iran on the agreements that it supposedly agreed to with Iran… yet Obama claims that an agreement with Iran will prevent it from going nuclear. It became obvious a while back that the agreement is a talking point for domestic consumption. Iran is running out the clock till it gets a nuke. The negotiations give Iran cash and time, while providing political cover for Obama to avoid doing anything until it’s too late… and to prevent Israel from doing anything.
The White House originally announced that Iran “has committed to no further advances of its activities” on the Arak heavy water reactor, which potentially provides Iran with a plutonium path to the bomb. That claim was walked back just days later by the State Department after a top Iranian official declared that Iran would continue bolstering its plutonium producing facility at Arak. In addition to discrepancies over Iran’s work at Arak, the administration also was forced at the time to admit that the nuclear deal did not put an end to Iran’s controversial ballistic missiles program.
How bad is Obama? So bad that Iran’s statements about its negotiations with his people are more trustworthy than him.