Sunday, August 7, 2016

Obama Denies $400M To Iran Was Ransom. IRS Would Never Believe It

By Forbes, Aug 05, 2016 

President Obama and Hillary Clinton say the $400M Iran ‘ransom’ story is old news. Plus, President Obama is adamant that the $400M payment wasn’t ransom. Yes, it is true that the four Americans jailed in Tehran were released, but the timing was a coincidence. The money was delivered to the Iranian government in January. It was coincidence that it was the same time the nuclear deal was settled and the Americans were released.

After decades of silence, the timing means nothing? Most Americans find this a little hard to swallow. We want to believe the best, but this strains credulity. And since we may never know the real secret details, most Americans might find a little comfort from an agency that virtually every American deals with, like it or not: the IRS. Yes, the agency of Lois Lerner. What would the IRS think of the coincidence argument? It isn’t a silly question to ask if the government would believe us if we spun this story.

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