Member that time 0bama sent Iran pallets of cash while John Kerry was hooking them up with nukes and now Iran is launching missiles at and killing Americans while our foreign policy is that Iran needs more LGTBQ zombies drinking soy from dildos like Big Mike (media.patriots.win) 🚽 DRAIN THE SWAMP 🚽
posted ago by Whoopies_tds ago by Whoopies_tds +563 / -0
Pro tip for Iran:
Israel has nukes and missiles for sale. They gave South Africa a great deal on them.
Kerry literally gave them his daughter
Dang, never thought of it that way, but you're right. That's fucking mental.
Don't forget the captured sailors
Lol. Imagine signing up to defend the US and dying to weapons bought with American money while defending Syria.
Imagine signing up to that , knowing full well ,that was going to happen. 😖
But CNN said that had been deboonked!
Correction “US politicians sent $400m to be held by Iran until their pickup arrives to siphon back half for personal deposits”
I asked Chat GPT about this, here is the answer. Whether or not this is the right answer I'm not sure, but obviously there is more to this story than "obama sent millions to Iran for no reason".
"The military equipment at the center of the dispute between the United States and Iran was never delivered. The equipment in question was reportedly 1,154 Iranian-owned U.S.-made tanks, armored personnel carriers, and other military vehicles that were purchased by Iran before the Iranian Revolution in 1979. After the revolution, the United States imposed an embargo on arms sales to Iran, and the equipment was never delivered.
In 2009, Iran filed a claim against the United States at the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal in The Hague, seeking compensation for the undelivered military equipment. The tribunal ruled in Iran's favor, and in 2016, the United States and Iran reached a settlement agreement. As part of the settlement, the United States agreed to pay Iran $400 million, which was the value of the undelivered military equipment plus interest. The payment was made in cash and delivered to Iran on pallets, which led to media scrutiny and controversy."
Quite the foreign policy combo