Friday, August 5, 2016

Ever since news of Obama’s covert $400 million payoff to the Iranians broke, liberals have been trying to cover for him. But, one of the hostages is speaking out about what actually happened and it doesn’t look good for Obama.  It looks like he has broken our long-standing foreign policy and paid a ransom.

Pastor Saeed Abedini is one of the four hostages released from Iran. He said they were only supposed to be at the airport for twenty minutes but instead they were there for multiple hours. They even had to sleep at the airport as they waited.

His captors told him he wouldn’t be released until another plane they were waiting for arrived.

They told us you going to be there for 20 minutes but it took hours and hours. And I ask them why you don’t let us go, because the — was there, pilot was there, everyone was there to leave the country. And he said we are waiting for another plane so if that plane doesn’t come we never let us go.

You can see Abedini’s interview on Fox Business below.

That sounds like a ransom to me! The United States has a policy of not paying ransom. It puts more Americans at risk for being taken hostage. Also, Iran funds terrorist groups, so some of this money likely ended up in the hands of Hezbollah.

Pastor Abedini addressed this issue as well. He doesn’t believe the money will be going to humanitarian needs as the White House claims.

We call them terrorists and I don’t believe they are going to use this money for building orphanages, which I was arrested for, but I prefer that the politicians answer this question.

This appears to be another scandal to add to the Obama legacy. A very costly and dangerous scandal at that!

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H/T: Fox Business

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