“The Democrats who have approved this deal are turning their party into a party of atom bomb spies. . . They must know that they will be held accountable. That when Iran detonates its first bomb, their names will be on it.” —Daniel Greenfield, writing for FrontPageMag.com
What Is Treason, Exactly?
To quote from Article III, Section 3, of the US Constitution, “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.” So, any person who makes war against America, or who aids and abets others in doing so, is a traitor to the United States. If someone’s actions have the effect of weakening the power of the United States to attack or to resist its enemies, then it can be safely said that aid and comfort have been given.
You can generally only be charged with treason during times of war, but is there any doubt that the Iranian takeover of the American embassy, in 1979, constituted an act of war? Since there has never been a peace treaty with Iran to formally conclude hostilities, and since Iran was actively fighting and killing US military personnel during the Iraq War, it is safe to say that a state of war continues to exist between Iran and the United States of America. Thus, any members of Congress accepting Iranian money, in exchange for their votes to weaken American and strengthen Iran, are outright traitors.
The Iran Deal allows Iran to inspect its own nuclear-weapons-research sites, to enrich uranium, to build more-advanced centrifuges, to purchase Inter-Continental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs), to receive technological support in defending its nuclear program against any possible future American or Israeli attack, and to fund terrorists across the globe. This deal clearly protects Iran from any possibility of inspection, while enhancing the technological means it already possesses to defend its nuclear program; this can only have the effect of speeding up its ability to build a nuclear bomb.
This deal is, in short, Obama and Kerry’s capitulation to Iran. The deal is in Iran’s national interest, even while harming the national interest of the United States. But this should come as no surprise, since the deal was negotiated by traitors and will pass with the help of traitors. “Traitor” is not a word to be used lightly, and it is not used lightly here.
A Roll-Call of Traitors
The following politicians have all accepted money from the Iran Lobby (which includes the Iranian American Political Action Committee, the American Iranian Council, the Iranian Muslim Association, Hassan Nemazee, Akbar Ghahary, and possibly others) in exchange for their support in negotiating or passing the Iran Deal:
1) Barack Obama, Democrat, President of the United States of America;
2) John Kerry, Democrat, Secretary of State;
3) Edward Markey, Democrat, Junior US Senator from Massachusetts;
4) Al Franken, Democrat, US Senator from Minnesota;
5) Jeanne Shaheen, Democrat, Senator from New Hampshire;
6) Kirsten Gillibrand, Democrat, Senator from New York;
7) Hillary Clinton, Democrat, Former Secretary of State;
8) Joe Biden, Democrat, Vice President of the United States of America.
(Read more details about this at Front Page Mag.)
The presence on the list of President Obama—who facilitates infiltration of the Muslim Brotherhood into our country and into the Executive Branch of the US government—is no surprise. (Read more about this infiltration here: http://eaglerising.com/14886/obamas-facilitation-muslim-brotherhood-infiltration-america/.) Nor is the appearance of the name of John Kerry, who negotiated the Iran Deal, in spite of his being vulnerable to blackmail. (Read more about Kerry’s feckless failure to recuse himself as lead negotiator here: http://eaglerising.com/22008/anatomy-of-a-betrayal-how-the-blackmail-influenced-the-iran-deal/.) And, given Hillary’s ties to the Muslim Brotherhood through Huma Abedin, perhaps it is not surprising that her name is also on the list. (Read more about this connection here: http://eaglerising.com/8011/hillary-huma-muslim-brotherhood/.) But, with Joe Biden’s name also appearing the list, what credible contender can the Democrats field for the presidency in 2016?
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