As most Americans were clamoring about the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and the abhorrent performance by Michelle Wolf, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was preparing to show the world, in dramatic fashion, that Iran lied with regard to laying the groundwork for the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Tens of thousands of documents, secret files, cds, and a slew of other evidence proves that the Iran nuclear deal was “based on lies and Iranian deception” and that the 2015 multilateral deal should be scrapped as a result, said Prime Minister Netanyahu.
In a dramatic, nationally televised address transmitted across Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed the mountain of evidence that shows Iran “lied” when it claimed to have never sought the development of a nuclear arsenal. Netanyahu said Iran cheated by refusing to reveal all of its weapons programs to the International Atomic Energy Association (IAEA) upon implementation of the deal.
“Even after the deal was made, Iran continued to preserve and expand its nuclear know-how for use at a later date,” said Prime Minister Netanyahu.
President Trump has indicated that he intends to announce the fate of the deal within the next couple weeks. President Trump has to make a decision on whether or not the United States will remain in the deal by May 12, as the United States must recertify the deal every few months. President Trump last certified the deal on January 12, 2018 albeit, reluctantly. This new revelation brought to light by Israel intelligence services will certainly cast a negative shadow on any possibility of any future recertification.
President Trump expressed solidarity with Israel after the Prime Minister finished his press conference revealing the evidence Israeli intelligence forces were able to acquire. The President also signaled his willingness to pen a new nuclear deal with Iran, an option the Iranian regime has outright dismissed.
“In seven years that deal will have expired and Iran is free to go ahead and develop nuclear weapons. Seven years is tomorrow,” said President Trump. “I am not saying what I am doing, but it’s a horrible agreement,” said the President.
The Iran Nuclear Deal is a multilateral agreement between Iran and six other world powers: United States, Britain, Russia, France, Germany, and China. The Obama Administration negotiated the deal which led to an easing of economic sanctions on Iran.
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has been opposed to the Iran Nuclear Deal from the outset and he has just introduced “half a ton” of evidence why his opposition was so staunch. Netanyahu has said that the deal provides Iran with a pathway to build a nuclear arsenal in the near future and has now presented some hard supporting evidence. Netanyahu also stated that they Iranian regime has always planned, “at the highest levels,” to continue to work on the program.
“This is a terrible deal,” exclaimed Prime Minister Netanyahu. “In a few days-time, President Trump will make his decision. I am sure he will do the right thing, the right things for the United States, the right thing for Israel, and the right thing for peace in the world,” said the Israeli Prime Minister.
The Prime Minister said the Iranian nuclear operation was dubbed “Project Amad.” According to the report the Iranian regime handed to the International Atomic Energy Association during implementation of the nuclear deal, they denied the existence of Project Amad. Prime Minister said Iran was specifically asked by the IAEA about the existence of Project Amed, and they denied its very existence. Iran’s Supreme Leader, President, and Foreign Minister all denied the existence of Project Amad.
Well, it now appears that Iran lied in negotiating the deal and lied on the documentation they turned over to the IAUA in keeping their end of the deal. The time has come to either completely nix the deal altogether or to renegotiate for a much stronger deal that not only prevents Iran from nuclear research for the foreseeable future, but also punishes them for duping the Obama Administration while implementing the initially flawed deal.