Iran now wants all of the perks they got from Barack Obama and more. They want to be compensated for the sanctions that were leveled on them by President Trump.
Biden is already kissing their behind by taking the Houthi in Yemen off from our terrorist list.
Biden is also pulling their support from Saudi Arabia who has been trying to aid the Yemen government in their bid to remain in control of the country.
This comes as no surprise to those of us who have watched Biden over the years as he has botched every decision on foreign relations over the past nearly 40 years.
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki has claimed that Biden is very passionate about foreign relations. Now, that is what I call unrequited love.
But, in the meantime, he has snubbed our allies in Israel and Saudi Arabia in order to court the affections of the brutal state sponsor of terrorism.
Maybe he can buy his way into Iran’s good graces by sending them pallets of cash.
Of course, Obama did the same thing and was rewarded with shouts of “Death to America.”
On January 17, 2016, a cargo plane with $400 million in foreign currencies was secretly sent to Iran in the dead of night.
This was the same day the Iranian regime released four American hostages held in Tehran.
US officials held the ransom cash until the hostages were released.
Two days after Obama sent Iran the ransom cash the US government wired 13 individual payments for $99,999,999.99 , each with an independent MICR, totaling $1,299,999,999.87.
Now Iran is wanting all of Obama’s perks and then some:
With Joe Biden in the White House, the mullah-led Iranian regime is pressuring the U.S. to provide “compensation” for the “damage” from sanctions imposed by the Trump administration.
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Iran also wants to leverage its nuclear accomplishments and gain additional ones, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute…
…Iran also is demonstrating, through the launch of ballistic missiles, its ability to make long-range rockets, and it is conducting shows of conventional military strength.
It further attacked U.S. targets in Iraq using Shiite militias, and Saudi and Gulf targets using Yemeni Houthi militia. Tehran also is pressuring the Taliban in Afghanistan to destroy the peace agreement it reached with the Trump administration.
Finally, Iran has been seizing oil tankers and arresting Western nationals.