GOP Congressman Sends Letter Demanding Investigation of Obama Admin aiding Hezbollah

GOP Congressman Sends Letter Demanding Investigation of Obama Admin aiding Hezbollah

After it was discovered that former President Barack Obama helped keep terror group Hezbollah’s illegal activities from being acted upon by the United States government, conservatives everywhere were enraged. He allowed them to continue trafficking drugs and laundering money so that his Iran Deal wouldn’t implode, and it put everyone in danger.

Reports also indicated that he colluded with Russia to ensure the release of Ali Fayad, who is a “suspected top Hezbollah operative,” who was arrested in 2014 for planning the murder of several US government officials, but was never extradited to the United States for punishment.

Now Representative Robert Pittinger (R-NC) is demanding that these actions be investigated.

“Now, it appears in order to secure his deeply flawed Iran Deal, President Obama and his administration shielded the Iran-backed terror group Hezbollah from a major US multi-agency investigation targeting Hezbollah’s global criminal operation which included drug dealing, money laundering and arms running,” he said in a statement. “These revelations are shocking and infuriating.”

“While American soldiers were bravely fighting ISIS terrorists, with some paying the ultimate price, the Obama administration reportedly was protecting Hezbollah terrorists who were funding themselves by trafficking illegal drugs,” he continued. “No wonder President Obama couldn’t bring himself to call them ‘Radical Islamist Terrorists.'”

Then he brought up something that most of us had all but forgotten about. The brow-raising amount of money that was sent to Iran as a ransom, though the Obama administration vehemently denied that characterization.

“This is the same administration that sent $1.7 billion in cash ransom to Iran,” Pittinger concluded. “The growing nexus between terrorist organizations and Latin American drug cartels poses a grave threat to our national security, especially considering the porous state of our southern border. Last month, I hosted a forum in Buenos Aires for 220 Members of Parliament and government officials from 15 South American countries with government and private sector experts to address the critical challenge of intercepting drug related funding of terrorism.”

He goes on to insist that a public investigation is in order here and the matter should be dealt with swiftly so as not to hinder the current administration from its duties.

Do you think Barack Obama should face imprisonment over this? He knew about drug trafficking, money laundering and enabled the release of a terrorist who was threatening the US government, which is arguably the most dangerous thing he had done since the Gitmo purge.

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