Former President Barack Hussein Obama Secretly Gave Iran Access to US Banking System
- This report reveals that Barack Hussein Obama and his Gang are the ultimate terrorists.
The Administration of former US President Barack Hussein despite assuring The Congress that Iran would remain barred from the US banking system, secretly moved to give the Islamic Republic access to American banks to convert the windfall of cash it received from sanctions relief under the Y 2015 nuclear deal into dollars, an investigative report by the Senate has revealed.
A copy of the report outlines how HusseinObama-era State and Treasury Departments secretly issued a special license for the conversion to a major Omani bank and pressured 2 US banks to partake in the transaction (unsuccessfully), all while lying to America’s lawmakers about such illegal goings on.
The report, compiled by the GOP Senate’s chief investigative subcommittee, began circulating late Tuesday, as The Trump Administration issued its harshest warnings to date to foreign governments and companies to avoid doing business with Iran or find themselves the focus of Washington’s re-imposition of sanctions as part of President Trump’s withdrawal from the controversial nuclear deal.
“Companies doing business in Iran face substantial risks, and those risks are even greater as we reimpose nuclear-related sanctions,” said the US Treasury Department’s Undersecretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence.
The senior Treasury Department official called on foreign governments to harden their financial systems against “deceptive” Iranian transactions that ultimately channel money to terrorists.
The Iranian government “uses shell and front companies to conceal its tracks” as part of an elaborate scheme designed to procure cash for the Quds Force of Iran’s militant Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, which the US condemns.
This report reveals that Barack Hussein Obama and his Gang are the ultimate terrorists.
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