REVEALED: Read This Part of the Iran Deal Kept Secret From the American People

On Thursday, The Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) published a new report  (embedded below) revealing another part of the P5+1 deal kept secret from the American people and their representatives in Congress.

The Iranians, who have been publicly humiliating the United States since the nuclear deal was signed, was given secret exemptions to the deal from the U.S. and the other negotiators because they were having problems meeting deadlines. As a result of this side deal along with another one which was discovered in July, Iran’s breakout time to build a bomb is <5 months (the administration promised the P5+1 deal would expand the breakout time to a year). This is a problem because now there is a much shorter time to react if our intelligence (or Israel’s, or any of the other enemies of the terrorist regime) discovered that Iran was building a nuclear weapon.

The decisions of the Joint Commission which oversees the implementation of the agreement,  to give Iran the new concessions has not been announced publicly. The Obama administration claims it informed Congress of…

Read the rest of the story at Jeff Dunetz’s blog The Lid

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Jeff Dunetz

Jeff Dunetz

Jeff is a Journalist, Blogger and one of the rare Jewish conservatives in a sea of north east liberal Jews (Thanksgiving dinner is a real pip). Jeff was honored with the 2014 Not For Profit Blogger of the Year award by the National Blogger's Club, is editor/publisher of The Lid (Lidblog.com), contributing reporter at MRCTV.org and Political Columnist for the newspaper, The Jewish Star.

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