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Sunday, September 13, 2020


Joe Biden's handlers (sadly, Joe Biden is cognitively disabled and is incapable of coming to any complex decisions on his own) tell us that Biden continues to support Barack Obama's disastrous "Iran Deal" and would lift Trump-imposed sanctions on Iran so that the Dems can continue the fantasy that all Iran wants is peace. As the iran deal unfolded in 2015, I expressed my displeasure numerous times (e.g., here). Here's Victor Davis Hansen's take in 2018:

The deal, after all, was a monstrosity born out of desperation for an Obama signature legacy. Or was it a product of an ahistorical, naïve, and therapeutic view of human nature — assuming that even theocrats and thugs view generosity as outreach to be reciprocated in kind rather than as abject proof of weakness to be exploited to the fullest? Or worse still, the deal was the manifestation of an unhinged view of the Middle East. For Obama, a revolutionary Shiite and Persian Iran was justified in seeking parity in the Middle East and attempting to carve out a legitimate sphere of influence. The ascendance of such an Iranian crescent, at least in the view of the Obama administration, would “check” the influence of both democratic Israel and the so-called more moderate authoritarian Sunni regimes in the Gulf and Egypt and Jordan. To believe in such a yarn, Obama would have to have believed either in some sort of dramatic and looming Iranian revolution to overthrow the mullahs, or an absurd theocratic enlightenment, or that whatever Iran did would not be as pernicious as what its enemies in the Middle East were doing. No matter: For all practical purposes, the U.S. after 2015 was a de facto partner of the Iranian regime and quite astonishingly assumed that the American-hating, anti-Semitic regime “could be a very successful regional power.”

Fortunately, Obama's "monstrosity" inadvertently pushed the Arab states in Israel's direction, and Donald Trump used it to his advantage. The peace deal involving Israel, the UAE and Bahrain is an historic, geopolitical triumph for Donald Trump, although you'd never know it happened if you relied on the main stream media for information. 

Biden, whose muddled thinking is a daily occurrence, said the following (as related by Breitbart):

“I think Trump is going to accidentally do something positive here, in terms of this issue of … other Arab states” making peace and establishing normal relations with Israel, Biden told a fundraiser hosted by the far-left J Street organization, as quoted by the Times of Israel.

As Breitbart News noted Friday, Biden’s main argument was reportedly that Trump had “put Israel in danger,” despite the peace agreements, because he had withdrawn from the Iran nuclear deal, and the Iranian regime was enriching uranium.

Funny how Biden never thought that Barack Obama "“put Israel in danger” by providing Iran with billions is cold cash and trusting their murderous regime to be peaceful. Nah, if you listen to the Dems' trained media hamsters, Obama-Biden were "friends of Israel" and their withdrawal of support, their demonization of the small democracy, and their covert support of terrorist organization Hamas were just ... well ... exactly what were they?

The new hard-left democratic party is anti-Israel, and since Joe Biden is incapable of thinking for himself, his administration, driven by nameless, faceless leftist handlers, would become more anti-Israel that even Obama's. And that wouldn't happen "accidentally."