Iran Blocks International Inspectors From Nuke Sites: Joe Biden and John Kerry Unavailable for Comment

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In this episode of “Try to Control Your Shock and Amazement”…

The International Atomic Energy Agency, which is tasked with monitoring Iran’s suspect-at-best nuclear program, has been barred from inspecting the Islamic Republic’s nuclear sites, according to two confidential reports from the organization obtained by the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday.

Hapless Joe Biden and equally hapless former Secretary of State John Kerry — Biden’s ridiculously named United States Special Presidential Envoy for Climate — were unavailable for comment.

As correctly suggested by the WSJ, the reports leave Team Biden and its (mad as hell over Biden’s disastrous Afghanistan betrayal) European allies facing an unenviable choice between pushing for a formal rebuke of Iran — which Tehran’s new hard-line government has warned could scuttle the resumption of nuclear talks—or refraining from taking action — doing zero — thus undercutting the authority of the IAEA.

Speaking scuttling the resumption of nuclear talks, did I mention the audio leaked in April of a private conversation Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif had with an economist? The New York Times on April 26 reported on the details at issue:

“Former Secretary of State John Kerry informed him that Israel had attacked Iranian interests in Syria at least 200 times, to his astonishment, Mr. Zarif said.”

Shockingly, Loose Lips Kerry has vigorously denied the allegation, just as he has vigorously denied every allegation throughout his worthless political career — most if not all of which have ultimately proved to be true. Although, that “quality” does qualify Kerry to serve as “Special Presidential Envoy” under Joe Biden. 

Anyway, “Iran has still not provided the necessary explanations for the presence of the nuclear material particles,” reads one of the confidential reports.

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.

Let’s go ahead and take that to the bank.

Iranian scientists are enriching uranium — a process vital to building nuclear weapons—at an alarming rate, Israeli defense minister Benny Gantz told ambassadors from countries on the United Nations Security Council during a briefing at the Foreign Ministry in Jerusalem, as reported by The Times of Israel in August.

Iran has violated all of the guidelines set in the JCPOA and is only around 10 weeks away from acquiring weapons-grade materials necessary for a nuclear weapon.

Now is the time for deeds — words are not enough. It is time for diplomatic, economic, and even military deeds, otherwise the attacks will continue.

And just like that, the mullahs in Tehran ban international inspectors from their nuclear sites. The question is, what will Joe Biden — the pretend Leader of the Free World — do about it? What did Biden do about Russian cyberattacks against the United States, earlier this year?

Other than giving Russia’s Vladimir Putin a list of 16 key infrastructure entities that are “off-limits” to cyberattacks — effectively giving the Russians a green light to target anything and everything not on the list without facing has effectively given the Russians a green light to target everything not on that list without facing serious repercussions, as suggested by Fox News.

Besides, as if Joe Biden —of all U.S. presidents — has the cojones to ever order serious repercussions against anyone — other corporate America, evil rich people, and the Republican Party, that is.

Team Biden claimed in August it remains “committed” to renegotiate the Iran nuclear agreement and has appointed “senior personnel” that helped craft the original deal, which begs the question:

Why would you rehire the very people who negotiated the bad deal to renegotiate a good deal?

Even “better,” as reported by The Washington Free Beacon in August, the Biden administration recently nominated Corey Hinderstein for Deputy Administrator for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation of the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), a position vital to curbing the spread of nuclear weapons to hostile countries.

Ready? Hinderstein has strongly asserted on multiple occasions that Iran is not actively pursuing nuclear weapons, despite mounting credible evidence to the contrary.

On a different — and definitely more gratifying — note, check out my previous article: ‘Devout Catholic’ Pelosi’s Archbishop Threatens Excommunication Over Her Support for Abortion