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When John Boehner went behind the President's back and secretly asked Benjamin Netanyahu to address both houses of Congress so that he could drum up support for undermining the Iranian nuclear talks, he did it in direct opposition to the leader of the free world's wishes.
When forty-seven Republican Senators conspired and sent a letter to Iranian leaders intending to undermine the nuclear negotiations between the United States and Iran, we heard comparatively little discussion around those actions. There was no official condemnation and no one was held responsible or made amends or apologies to the American people, the Secretary of State or the administration.
And now we have evidence from the Central Intelligence Agency that Israel shared American secrets obtained from spying on the Iranian talks with America's own GOP Congressional leadership. Now it all fits together nicely.
Perhaps this information sharing was done well before John Boehner decided to ask Netanyahu to speak to Congress. Perhaps the knowledge obtained from Israel's spying was the reason John Boehner decided to ask Netanyahu to speak. Rather than going to the President with the information as a true patriot would, Boehner decided to stand up to the President and withhold evidence.
At the time of Netanyahu's speech to Congress, many observers thought that some of his points describing how the President's plan was going to facilitate Iran's race to a nuclear bomb were exaggerations since the plan itself was not released to the public yet. It appears now that whatever information Israel learned from their spying, whether it did or not, Netanyahu believed it would expedite achievement of an Iranian nuclear arsenal. With the proven tendency to be Obama administration conspiracy theorist experts, our senseless GOP leaders fell for it hook, line and sinker. They may have actually been played by Netanyahu.
The next move may be the thing that proves these Republican Congressmen are deserving of condemnation, legal penalties or loss of their jobs. They acted upon the stolen information that the Israeli spies shared with them when they sent that letter to the Iranian leaders. To any thinking American Congressman, it would seem that this act is risky, injurious to the discussions and potentially destabilizing to the region. But we are talking about Republicans. The only thoughts they have is how to make Obama seem ineffective as a leader. This one fit right in to their modus operandi.
|House Leader John Boehner, R-OH|
Republicans were outraged over Hillary Clinton's email, yet not one of them thinks anything is wrong with these peculiar, near treasonous actions taken by their own Party members.
Wake up America before it's too late.