Biden’s National Security Council Spokesman, John Kirby, claims that an Iran deal will end up lowering the price of gas in the US.
Back during the Obama Administration John Kirby was identified as a spokesman for the military who could interpret and push Obama’s insane and destructive military policies to the American people. So it was no surprise to see this clown back in the Biden Administration.
Now the Biden-Obama Administration is back working on a deal with Iran, led by radical terrorists. In the past the US had a policy not to deal with terrorist regimes or American enemies, but not with Obama and Biden.
For some unknown reason, Obama and Biden want to give Iran’s terrorist regime billions. Obama did this under his administration sending pallets of cash to Iran overnight.
President Trump killed the Iran deal but while doing this, John Kerry was secretly meeting with the terrorist leaders of Iran. Once Biden took power, the Iran deal was back on the table. This has been a total disaster.
Now Iran says it has the capability to make a nuclear bomb but hasn’t yet decided to do so. Is this so they can get all they want out of the Biden regime.
There seems to be no need for a deal with Iran. They are probably building a nuke right now and Israel and the US are where it will likely target. But Biden doesn’t care. They want a deal and don’t care about the US’s interests as they have shown in everything they touch.
So it is no surprise that John Kirby would offer the idea that US gas prices could go down with an Iran deal. This means that Biden-Obama are willing to make Iran rich at the expense of the US. They prevent US energy production that President Trump used to make America energy independent. Instead, the US will buy oil from Iran?
In a Fox News interview Tuesday, Kirby reiterated the goal of the deal is to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, but it could produce other gains.
“Well, look, I mean, there’s obviously a tangential, potentially tangential benefit,” Kirby said when asked about recent remarks by Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman, who framed the return of the deal as a way to bolster the global oil supply.
Sherman made her comment on July 12, during an interview at the International Student House of Washington.
“They would get sanctions relief,” she said. “They would improve their economy and sell their oil again, and the world needs their oil, so they could get a good price for it. It’s all in their interest to do this.”
American energy producers were quick to respond. “It is a lot simpler to consult with US oil and natural gas producers on ways to increase production to meet growing global demand than the administration’s ethical and geopolitical contortions with totalitarian regimes,” Jason Modglin, president of Texas Alliance of Energy Producers, told Fox News in a statement.