Biden Signs Deal That Could Help America’s Enemies, Report Finds

( President Joe Biden stated early in his term that re-entering the disastrous Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, also known as the Iran nuclear deal, was one of his foreign policy goals. That hasn’t happened as of yet.

Reports show that amid stalling discussions in Vienna between Iran and the other JCPOA signatories, the Biden administration advised Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid that a deal was unlikely in the near future.

The dealbreaker was Iran’s intention to cease International Atomic Energy Agency inspections. Biden’s State Department decided that demand went too far.

The failure in negotiations constitutes a setback for the Biden administration, given that they have been trying to re-enter the accord since January 2021. However, it is a success for global security.

According to reports, it will also prevent terrorists from gaining access to billions of dollars in resources. Sanctioned businesses associated with Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), the country’s paramilitary combat group, would receive a vast financial infusion the moment the agreement is signed.

The Biden Administration is banned from lifting sanctions against Iran without first engaging Congress. However, the White House is investigating a means to cancel Trump-era executive orders that sanctioned the IRGC and the organizations associated with it.

A report shows other problems with JCPOA have legislators so concerned that 34 Democrat and 16 Republican congressmen have written to the White House to express their worries about how any proposed deal might influence Iran’s sponsorship of terrorism.

Democrat Rep. Josh Gottheimer of New Jersey and Republican Rep. Andrew Garbarino of New York stated in a letter that allowing foreign nationals to do business with Iranians linked to the IRGC would weaken sanctions by establishing a “route” for IRGC funding. Billions of dollars might be transferred to a terrorist group. America cannot afford to take that risk.

The question is, what were Barack Obama, Joe Biden, and John Kerry getting out of the JCPOA deal when it was active?