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How Many More Iran-Backed Attacks On Our Troops Will It Take Before Biden Takes Action?

Which country's interest is Biden REALLY putting first?

Joe Biden has surrounded himself with Obama-era Iran-loving flunkies. He even managed to have some actual Iranian moles. Biden is also the guy who voted against taking down Bin Laden. Is it really surprising that he’s terrified of answering force with force?

Since Oct 17, Iran’s proxies in Syria and Iraq have fired on Americans a total of 56 times. Fifty-nine American citizens have been wounded by those attacks. And what has Joe done? He’s knocked out an ammo dump or two. Big frickity deal.

When President Reagan dealt with Iran getting out of line, he sank their navy. All of it. (See: Operation Praying Mantis)

When they got out of line in the Trump years, he collapsed Iran’s economy with Maximum Pressure Campaign. Iran struggled to pay their own bills and the funding of their proxies in Hamas and others suffered badly.

Biden went in the other direction. He hired chronic Iran simps like John Kerry back into government during his administration.

It’s as if Joe’s consciously acting as Obama’s 3rd term.

He’s been kissing Iran’s ass desperately trying to reignite Obama’s old deal. Meanwhile, Iran has been stringing him along, running out the clock until they develop their nukes and the deal becomes irrelevant.

As it stands now, Biden didn’t renew the sanctions forbidding Iran’s sale of missiles that recently ended without any fanfare.

And despite those wave of attacks by Iran’s proxies on American troops — not to mention the war they helped unleash after 500 Hamas terrorists were trained in Iran before the attacks. They were taught ‘unconventional warfare’.

The Biden administration has extended a sanctions waiver that will grant Iran access to roughly $10 billion from Iraq in exchange for electricity purchases.

The 120-day waiver, signed by Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Tuesday, is identical to one issued in July, but comes amid increased attacks against US forces by Iranian proxies and just over a month after Iran-backed terror group Hamas slaughtered 1,200 people in Israel on Oct. 7.

Under the conditions of the waiver, Iran will receive nearly $10 billion being held in escrow accounts in Iraq that may only be used for humanitarian trade, US officials told the Associated Press.

The waiver extension will also allow the Iranian regime to transfer the electricity payments to accounts in Oman, which can then be converted to other currencies for the Islamic Republic to purchase non-sanctioned products, according to the outlet. — NYPost

Uh, what now?

Let’s recap. The Biden administration is signing off on Iran getting more money while Iran is doing WHAT to benefit America as a show of good faith?

The Pentagon said Tuesday that there have been 56 attacks on U.S. troops in Iraq and Syria since Oct. 17, with 59 U.S. personnel getting injured with either traumatic brain injury (TBI) or non-serious injuries.

Pentagon Deputy Press Secretary Sabrina Singh provided the update to reporters, saying of the 59 U.S. personnel who were injured, 32 were listed with injuries in the non-serious category, while the other 27 individuals suffered from TBI.

American troops in Iraq and Syria have been repeatedly attacked by groups likely backed by Iran.

Last week, the Iranian-backed Houthis shot down a U.S. MQ-9 Reaper drone near the Yemini Coast.

The drone was reportedly surveilling Yemen when a Houthi militia fired at the equipment, estimated to cost about $30 million. — FoxNews

Joe’s pre-emptive surrender appeasement strategy doesn’t seem to be working.

What did Trump do differently that had them back in their box?

Iran was starting to plan some mischief and then suddenly stopped. Maybe it had something to do with Trump giving an order that had Solemani going back home from Iraq as little more than a bucket of chunks.

You shoot at American targets in a Trump presidency, you pay a price.

You do the same thing in a Biden Presidency, you get a sternly-worded letter.


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Wes Walker

Wes Walker is the author of "Blueprint For a Government that Doesn't Suck". He has been lighting up since its inception in July of 2012. Follow on twitter: @Republicanuck

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