Brit Hume Just EXPOSED Obama’s Disingenuous Attempt To Bury His Latest PRO-IRAN Move…
The “Friday night dump” among the political elites in Washington, has become as traditional as “pork barrel” spending within congress, and to the average American both of these acts are just as egregious.
This latest attempt at doing something nefarious under the radar screen, caught the attention of Fox’s own Senior Political Analyst Brit Hume, who posted the details on Twitter.
Oh great. Obama administration further eases Iran sanctions, puts news out Friday of holiday weekend. https://t.co/Cb539VB0Ly
— Brit Hume (@brithume) October 8, 2016
What caught Hume’s attention was how the Obama Administration was once again attempting to get around lawful degrees, designed to protect the homeland and America vital interests.
And once again how this administration views it’s handling of the terrorist state of Iran, and Obama’s continued attempt to dilute whatever sanctions still remain on this regime.
Before the start of the long holiday weekend the Treasury Department eased restrictions on offshore institutions allowing them to make financial transactions with Iran, as long as the funds don’t enter America’s financial system.
In short this Chicago thug currently sitting in the Oval Office, has figured away around the law, allowing Iran more access to financial capital.
Although many sanctions were lifted as a part of the Iran deal, some stayed in place to strategically make sure that Iran complies with certain human right previsions. One of which was “specially designated nationals,” or SDNs.
The reason why says AP?
Friday’s steps by the Treasury come amid growing complaints from Iran that it is not getting the sanctions relief it deserves under the nuclear deal because remaining U.S. sanctions have scared foreign companies from doing business in or with the country. The U.S. insists it has met its obligations and blamed Iranian behavior for the reluctance of foreign companies do to business in Iran. At the same time, it has sought to reassure foreign companies that certain transactions with Iran will no longer be subject to U.S. sanctions.