The Iran hearing that no one covered. Bombs by July, why do they lie?

Search as I might, I could find precious little on the Iran hearing held yesterday, covered by C-Span. It was a damning acknowledgement that the administration’s refusal to release the agreement of suspension of sanctions to the public would reveal that the administration did not understand the technical aspects to which they agreed, or did and did not want it to see the light of day because it would reveal their evilness. Either way, Obama has been had, as well as the United States. One can only wonder if the mischievous Iranian born Valerie Jarrett or Kerry’s Muslim in-laws who still live in Iran, had a hand or was the cause of this treachery. PJ Media was one of the few sources I could find. First-

Is Kerry being blackmailed with his Iranian family ties? November 27, 2013 — bunkerville

“But what if the regime simply decides to round up Nahed’s family members and torture them? Or sends its goons to visit them at home? Or exerts some form of more subtle pressure on them that gets no publicity, and then makes it known they want the United States to release Iranians jailed in the United States on terrorism charges or for attempting to procure weapons technology or military spare parts”?

WASHINGTON — President Obama heartily defended his nuclear deal with Iran at the State of the Union, vowing to veto a sizable bipartisan movement in Congress to keep sanctions pressure on the Islamic Republic. But here is the real story:

“Iran will remain perilously close to a nuclear weapon. The joint plan of action allows Iran to continue to produce 3.5 percent enriched uranium which is the key starting material for any Iranian effort to produce HEU for weapons. Iran’s stockpile of this material will continue to grow during the course of this nuclear deal, though several White House statements, as well as Secretary Kerry, have incorrectly claimed otherwise.”

Jones warned that “as this stockpile of enriched uranium grows, the number of nuclear weapons that Iran can produce from it will grow as well.”

“Iran’s stockpile of 3.5 percent enriched uranium in the form of uranium hexafluoride is not supposed to grow. Iran is supposed convert the excess into an oxide form, but Iran can easily convert this material back into hexafluoride once it begins to produce nuclear weapons,” he added. “This fact is well known to U.S. technical experts, but their input was apparently either not sought or heeded.”

“For the sake of our national security, we must give diplomacy a chance to succeed,” Obama said, getting not as much applause as he may have hoped from the joint session.

Gregory Jones, senior researcher of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center, told a joint hearing of the House Foreign Affairs subcommittees on the Middle East and North Africa and Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade that the Obama administration has engaged in “mischaracterization of the deal’s benefits and the denial of the deal’s great flaw.”

Slide over for the full story at  PJ Media » Iran Could Have Enough Fuel for Four Bombs by July Under Administration’s Deal

UPDATE: I just found this clip:

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