The Iran Deal is, and always was, about giving the United Nations authority over the American people. The game was rigged against Americans from the start: U.N. To Let Iran Use Own Experts to Inspect Alleged Nuclear Work Site BY: Morgan Chalfant August 19, 2015 3:01 pm U.N. To Let Iran Use Own Experts to Inspect Alleged Nuclear Work Site REALITY CHECK: United Nations inspections, and inspectors, are a joke. The punchline is: The IAEA shared a Nobel Peace Prize in 2005. Apparently, John Kerry did not know that United Nations inspections is a long-running gag in that Hans Blix was head of the UN’s IAEA from 2000 to 2003. Blix himself is the Swedish meatball who was in charge of inspections in Iraq under Saddam Hussein. Iran will go nuclear regardless of the US Congress because the United Nations, the state department, and this president insist on it. If Congress approves of the Iran Deal the United Nations wins while America loses. In the unlikely event Congress overrides the Chicago sewer rat’s veto the United Nations still wins because the UN gave Iran what it wanted from the UN all along. Either way, Iran has every reason to support the United Nations in the future —— now certain that the UN Security Council will reciprocate by supporting everything Iran does. China and Russia guarantee it. In short: Everybody benefits from the United Nations except the U.S. of A. and its nervous allies. Just a reminder that it was two UN-loving traitors who made the Iran Deal possible. Unless your eyesight is so bad you cannot read skywriting you should be able to read the sly looks on the faces of the two sneaks handing their country to the United Nations: Ben Cardin Bob Corker Incidentally, have you noticed that media always says “IAEA” —— they never say, or write, “United Nations” when reporting about inspections. Try any sentence both ways: On the other side of Capitol Hill, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker, Tennessee Republican, said, “This type of unorthodox agreement has never been done before by the IAEA and speaks to the great lengths our negotiators took to accommodate the ayatollah despite repeated assurances from the administration that this deal is not based on trust.” Now say it this way: On the other side of Capitol Hill, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker, Tennessee Republican, said, “This type of unorthodox agreement has never been done before by the UNITED NATIONS and speaks to the great lengths our negotiators took to accommodate the ayatollah despite repeated assurances from the administration that this deal is not based on trust.” U.N. side deal lets Iran lead its own nuclear inspections By Dave Boyer Wednesday, August 19, 2015 Iranian inspectors will control review of secret nuclear site - Washington Times NOTE: Senator Corker is a little late with his objection when he was the guy who fixed it so the Senate needed 67 to override the president’s veto: Published on Apr 22, 2015 Rush Limbaugh (4/21/15): "The Corker bill puts a limit on the Senate, 30 days, in order to come up with 67 votes to say "no." Essentially what the Corker bill does, instead of Obama having to get 67 votes that agree, the Corker bill says the Senate has to come up with 67 votes to disagree." Finally, John Kerry is by far the worst secretary of state in America’s history. That is quite an accomplish when you match him up with Madam Short Legs and Hillary Clinton. I truly believe that Kerry wanted to be secretary of state more than he wanted to be president just so he could prove he was a successful diplomat to his father. Fortunately for John Kerry, the State Department suited his penchant for treason. Then-Senator Kerry did not require special skills to be a traitor in a nest of traitors. Secretary of state required a master’s degree in treason.