Joe Biden has been pushing for an agreement with Iran from day one of his occupancy, despite the fact that they have violated the previous agreements more times than I can count.
Biden says that Iran will not get a nuclear device on his watch. For that to be true, he would need to resign quickly and pass the buck to Kamala Harris.
Iran no longer allows inspections and they have been enriching uranium to weapons-grade quality.
This reminds me of Bill Clinton and the deal he had Jimmy Carter make with North Korea. We gave them 2 reactors, fuel, and 250 million dollars for their agreement not to build a nuclear bomb. How could that possibly go wrong? Then the Obama/Biden administration made a deal not quite so bad as the North Korea deal but very bad just the same. Iran is as crazy or crazier than North Korea and is a leading state sponsor of terrorism.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is extremely concerned about Iran’s enrichment of uranium.
Iran has failed to explain to the IAEA the presence of nuclear material at undeclared sites. These are sites that are supposed to be monitored with cameras.
Some of those cameras have been destroyed and that allows Iran to do whatever they want without anyone knowing what they are planning.
The Wall Street Journal reported:
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Tensions between Iran and the agency have also grown around a second issue: IAEA access to Iran to continue monitoring its nuclear facilities and related sites, like uranium ore mines and factories producing machines that spin enriched uranium to higher purity.
Iran in February decided to end inspectors’ access to a range of nuclear facilities in response to continued U.S. sanctions. However, the agency struck a deal with Iran that agency cameras and other monitoring equipment could continue to function. Iran would collect the data and hand it over to the IAEA if the nuclear deal was revived.
One of the agency’s reports said:
“Iran has still not provided the necessary explanations for the presence of the nuclear material particles. The Director General remains deeply concerned that nuclear material has been present at undeclared locations in Iran and that the current locations of this nuclear material are not known to the Agency.”
The report also noted that the Director General “reiterates that Iran’s failure to respond to the Agency’s requests for access to its monitoring equipment is seriously compromising the Agency’s technical capability to maintain, which is necessary for” it to hold the regime accountable.