Kerry has no idea what is contained within the secret deal agreed to with Iran
The fabulous Tom Cotton kills John Kerry in cold blood over Iran Deal in the Senate Armed Services Committee. Enjoy with us!
Senator and epic patriot Tom Cotton questions Secretary of State John Kerry about President Obama’s proposed surrender to Iran; he also asks Martin Dempsey a few questions.
Kerry has no idea what is contained within the secret deal(s) agreed to between Iran and International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Sen. Cotton was on top of his game engaging in the most withering Q&A with Secretary Kerry and Energy Secretary Moniz about their knowledge or the lack thereof concerning the so-called secret IAEA side deals on prior military nuclear developments (PMD). Late he engaged Gen. Dempsey during a discussion of exhibits to corroborate the lethality of Iranian IEDS used to kill American service personnel in Iraq. Dempsey lent the impression he was less inclined to be a booster of the Iran nuke deal. Cotton is both a veteran of combat in Iraq as a former U.S. Army officer and a Harvard Law School graduate and admitted lawyer
Cotton, like any good prosecutor, secured the facts that bolstered his line of questioning to elicit a response he was seeking for the Committee record. Prior to this Armed Services Hearing, Cotton and Kansas Republican Congressman Mike Pompeo had flown to Vienna to confer with IAEA officials uncovering the alleged secret side deals on investigation of Iranian compliance with prior military developments in their nuclear program (PMD).
Kerry and Moniz, when queried about whether they had either knowledge of or read the IAEA secret side deals on PMD, adopted what in TV land is the fabled Sergeant Schultz defense from the 1960’s TV WWII Nazi prison camp comedy series, “Hogan’s Heroes” – “I know nothing” They simply fobbed it off saying that someone like Undersecretary of State Wendy Sherman may have glanced through these documents. Just indicates that the Administration either elected not to conduct due diligence or used the ploy that those agreements were confidential between the IAEA and Iran, that as Cotton pointed out “the Ayatollah read”.
Former IAEA deputy director Olli Heinonen, who is now a Senior Fellow at the Harvard Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, provided the answers in a report by Armin Rosen of Business Insider. Heinonen in an email said:
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