Wisdom and Cleverness

Did U.S. Soldiers Die From Covert Obama-Jarrett Secret Deal?

Eight years ago this month, then President Barack Obama sent his personal emissary to a series of secret meetings with a personal representative of Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and other Iranian officials.

Ultimately the deal backfired when U.S. Military troops found themselves being attacked by missles funded by these meetings.  To this day, we do not know how many American soldiers lost their lives

Valerie Jarrett, Obama’s top advisor, Chicago lawyer partner in questionable deeds and close friend proved to be dangerous to American interests by the secret deals she made.

Jarrett, born in Shiraz, Iran, to American parents, was descmesebed by Israel’s most read daily newspaper, Yedioth Ahronoth, as “a key figure in secret contacts the White House is conducting with the Iranian regime.”

Forward to 2020, and we now know that Jarrett, who now sits on the Board of Directors for Lyft, was the initiator and decision maker of these secret negotiations.

Obama and Jarrett.


These meetings to Gulf principalities, mostly the Kingdom of Bahrain and covered the Iranian nuclear program. The Obama Administration intentionally attempted to keep these clandestined meetings silent because of the upcoming November 6, 2012 election.  

“Iran’s hostilities substantially increased after the foolish Iran nuclear deal was signed in 2013 and they were given $150 billion, not to mention $1.8 billion in cash,” President Donald Trump said in 2020. “Then, Iran went on a terror spree, funded by the money from the deal and created hell in Yemen, Syria, Lebanon, Afghanistan and Iraq.”

Missiles fired at U.S. military troops and and “our allies were paid for with the funds made available by the last administration,” Trump revealed.

Iranian missile.

Liberal Media has tried hard to downplay the fact that much of the $1.8 billion cash payoff from the Obama administration was used to directly fund terrorism. The balance of money offered by Jarrett went into the bank accounts of corrupt Iranian leaders and terrorists. Some of this money could have been channeled back to the Hillary Clinton and Democratic campaign of 2016.

Initially, the Obama White House first denied the fact and were helped with propaganda issued by sympathetic media outlets. As the issue kept knocking on their doors, the Administration and Jarrett ignored the questions. After Obama’s reelection, they resentfully admitted it.

Against U.S. policy, the Obama-Jarrett covert actions included a $400 million all-cash random payment for the release of four American hostages. 

“Sending the world’s leading state sponsor of terror pallets of untraceable cash isn’t just terrible policy,” said former Congressman Ed Royce (R-Calif.), who chaired the House Foreign Affairs Committee at that time. “Sending the world’s leading state sponsor of terror pallets of untraceable cash isn’t just terrible policy. It’s incredibly reckless, and it only puts bigger targets on the backs of Americans.”

“Paying ransom to kidnappers puts Americans even more at risk,” added gormer Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.). The Obama “White House’s policy of appeasement has led Iran to illegally seize more American hostages.”

“President Obama’s disastrous nuclear deal with Iran was sweetened with an illicit ransom payment and billions of dollars for the world’s foremost state sponsor of terrorism,” said Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.).

Obama, Jarrett, Biden.

To make matters worse, Obama used a “Judgement Fund,” from taxpayer money administered by his Treasury Department. This covertly bypassed Congress for proper approval.

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