“Every politician involved in this will be held accountable.”
The man in the video below is Sergeant Robert Bartlett who was wounded in Iraq in 2005.
Bartlett is part of a group called Veterans Against the Deal which obviously opposes the Iran Nuclear Deal. The video makes a very strong statement because you’re hearing from someone who has experienced the brutality of war in the Middle East and was wounded, as he says, by an Iranian bomb.
This isn’t a political party or a defecting senator Obama or his supporters can demonize, this is an American veteran.
Iran linked to deaths of 500 U.S. troops in Iraq, Afghanistan
At least 500 U.S. military deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan were directly linked to Iran and its support for anti-American militants — a newly disclosed statistic that offers grim context for the Obama administration’s diplomatic deal with the Iranian regime aimed at curtailing the rogue nation’s nuclear ambitions.
That figure underscores the controversy surrounding Washington’s deal with Tehran, a long-sought goal for the president — but one that is fiercely opposed by many Republicans in Congress and other critics.
Watch the video:
Meanwhile, the Obama administration is so desperate to pass the deal, John Kerry is now linking its passage to the health of the U.S. economy. From Reuters:
Dollar could suffer if U.S. walks away from Iran deal: John Kerry
If the United States walks away from the nuclear deal with Iran and demands that its allies comply with U.S. sanctions, a loss of confidence in U.S. leadership could threaten the dollar’s position as the world’s reserve currency, the top U.S. diplomat said on Tuesday.
“If we turn around and nix the deal and then tell them, ‘You’re going to have to obey our rules and sanctions anyway,’ that is a recipe, very quickly … for the American dollar to cease to be the reserve currency of the world,” U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said at a Reuters Newsmaker event.
That’s what the Democrats used to call the politics of fear.
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