Ben Rhodes still at it, defending his Iran deal...and gets a smack-down

The Iran deal is a disaster, and every day it gets more and more obvious.

Iran's mullahs have no intention of stopping their quest for a nuclear bomb.  Less than two weeks ago, Iran's president told a group of Iranian expats in Kuala Lumpur that they were violating the whole thing:

Iran President Hassan Rouhani said his country is working on the development of new, advanced uranium enrichment centrifuges, according to Iranian state-run news agency IRNA, a move that appears to violate the landmark nuclear agreement Tehran signed with world powers in 2015.

Rouhani said at a meeting with Iranian expatriates in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday that the country is now testing IR-9 centrifuges, which convert mined uranium into fuel for nuclear power. Iran has repeatedly denied it has any ambitions of building a nuclear weapon.

Iran had agreed to strict limits on uranium enrichment as part of the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

They're also violating sanctions put in there for their previous treaty violations.  Let's face it: they got their money, some $140 billion from the U.S., delivered in cash on pallets, and now they're going to do what they want now under the fiction of some kind of restraining treaty they pay no attention to.

So who should crawl out of the woodwork to defend this disaster but President Obama's "mind meld," Ben Rhodes, who engineered the whole disaster?

Fortunately, he got the smack-down he needed, from none other than former Trump White House adviser Seb Gorka, who's since become a news commentator:

Gorka knows how to do these things.  It's a reminder to the rest of us that Rhodes is a boob.

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