VIA| Obama’s bad deal with Iran may need to take a different turn after this.
The upper house voted 100-0 on an amendment that would impose sanctions on Iran if they were found to be in noncompliance with whatever terms are finally hammered out between Iran and the P5+1 powers.
The bill forces the Iran’s government to sign an obligation that they will never build atomic weapons.
Even former Obama cabinet officials have explicitly stated the Iranians are incapable of negotiating in good faith. Leon Panetta, the former Secretary of Defense and head of the CIA under Obama, made it clear that the pariah state was not a country America could rely on.
“One thing I’ve learned both at the CIA and as secretary of defense is that the Iranians can’t be trusted,” Panetta told MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell.
“It’s for that reason that we have to make sure that we’ve taken strong steps to be able to make sure that they are not trying to do something in secret.”
A hundred voices in the Senate and one of the president’s most trusted cabinet secretaries have made it clear that Iran isn’t to be trusted (H/T Gateway Pundit).
Do you trust Iran?