Featured Photograph: Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif and U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California. Has she and other Democrats participated in secret meetings or collusion with the Iranian government?
With the majority of news outlets chasing the “Holy Grail” of Trump impeachment stories or regurgitated charges against U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh, most Americans are probably not familiar with what’s taking place between the United States and the Islamic terrorist stronghold of Iran.
Unfortunately, the Democratic Party and the news media, two bastions of hatred for President Donald Trump, are still practicing their “hands off” policy that makes their own idea of a great president – Barack Hussein Obama – who was applauded for a nuclear pact with Iran that gave the Muslim-run country billions of dollars and gave the U.S. zilch.
It’s clear to many military and diplomatic experts, such as former Deputy Secretary of the Army and Fox News military analyst Van Hipp, that the situation in the Middle East is a ticking time-bomb. Thanks to the Big Lie about a successful Obama administration deal, the news media ignores anything that would aid in the discovery that Iran is a powder keg waiting to explode.
So, when one of the nation’s top talk show hosts revealed that Sen. Dianne Feinstein D-California, who is a ranking member of Senate Intelligence Committee, is highly suspect of walking around the Capitol building with her iPhone screen in full view with the name Javad Zarif on the screen, the federal intelligence and law enforcement communities should investigate. Anyone who is involved in intelligence analysis, military operations, police counterterrorism and other disciplines would know that Zarif is the name of Iran’s foreign minister,” claims Mark Levin, who served as Chief of Staff at the U.S. Justice Department during the Reagan administration.
Levin knows the way things are supposed to operate in the nation’s capital and how they really work depending on the political party in charge. And it appears to puzzle him as it does others: Why, during a crisis like this one, would the Democratic voice of the Senate Intelligence Committee be talking to Iran’s foreign minister?
Fox News host Mark Levin informed his audience during his radio show on Thursday, “He’s the foreign minister to an enemy state that seeks to attack American military personnel in the Middle East, that seeks to put nuclear warheads on ICBMs so they can reach the United States. It is a terrorist regime, an Islamo-Nazi regime in Tehran, that has killed Americans, that funds Hezbollah to kill Americans, that funds Hamas to kill, and is a threat to our national security, obviously.”
“What in the hell is the ranking Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee doing talking on an iPhone around the Capitol to Javad Zarif?”
“In the last few days, the United States has moved additional military forces to the region and has signaled a willingness to reposition tens of thousands more. Iran-backed Houthis have claimed credit for a recent attack against Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure. And suspicions behind who attacked oil tankers moving through the Straits of Hormuz have fallen on Tehran,” said the 86-year-old Feinstein, who was one of the major characters involved in a hoax to stop U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
“War isn’t necessary to solve a problem when both sides want a solution. I urge Secretary Pompeo to reach out to Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, who I know doesn’t want to see a conflict with the United States. We should do everything possible to prevent an unnecessary war, beginning with immediately reopening diplomatic channels and toning down the rhetoric,” Feinstein said in a press statement.
“What is it with these Democrats fronting for this Islamo-Nazi regime that wants to kill Americans and Jews in Israel? You’ve got Frankenfeinstein, you’ve got … John Kerry — or the real Frankenstein — giving aid and comfort to the enemy!” Levin stated. “It’s not enough that they released $150 billion to this regime; now they’re giving it advice, against the president of the United States. You want to talk about the Logan Act? You want to talk about collusion?”
The Logan Act, which was enacted in 1799, forbids private citizens from communicating with a foreign government having a dispute with the U.S.
Levin went on, “So now she’s a mouthpiece for the enemy. A mouthpiece for the enemy. She sits on the Senate Intelligence Committee. For years, she had a driver who was a communist spy for Red China. Her husband has done business — a lot of business — with Communist China. They’ve made a lot of money doing business with Communist China. … Anybody going to subpoena her about her phone call? Anybody going to subpoena her about her driver? Anybody going to subpoena her husband about his business dealings with Red China?”
“Of course not,” he declared. “It all goes one way. Anybody going to subpoena her and question her about her contacts with the foreign minister of Iran and any other contacts she may have had, undermining this administration? Can you imagine? It’d be like WWII: You have FDR, and then you have senators contacting the Third Reich!” Levin quipped.