except how something might benefit him and his attempt to ruin this nation.
Yeah, that's pretty nasty. It also fits.
President Obama promised that his nuclear deal with Iran would not be “based on trust” but rather “unprecedented verification.” Now it turns out Obama’s verification regime is based on trust after all — trust in two secret side agreements negotiated exclusively between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that apparently no one (including the Obama administration) has seen.
At the least that would be a level of stupid that's hard to imagine. I don't think it's 'the least'.
Worse, Obama didn’t even reveal the existence of these secret side deals
to Congress when he transmitted the nuclear accord to Capitol Hill.
Which is one more violation of law. As if he cared.
...when they asked how the agency will carry out verification at the Iranian military complex at Parchin. IAEA officials told them, quite casually, that the details were all covered in agreements negotiated between the IAEA and the Iranian government. It was the first they had heard of the side deals.
Pompeo says they asked whether they could see those agreements. He says IAEA officials replied, “ ‘Oh no, of course not, no, you’re not going to get to see those.’ And so everybody on our side of the table asked, ‘Has Secretary Kerry seen these?’ ‘No, Secretary Kerry hasn’t seen them. No American is ever going to get to see them.’ ”
It turns out that only the two parties — the IAEA and Iran — get to see the actual agreements (though you can see a picture of Iranian and IAEA officials holding up what appear to be the secret accords here).
This is what those stupid bastards in the Senate threw away their treaty obligations for: so Obama and Kerry could make possibly the worst deal in history. All the while telling us it's for our own good.
Every damn one of them should be removed from office.