It’s outrageous that Obama/Biden’s new CIA Director William Burns praised the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial in Minnesota last week. But this wasn’t the most outrageous action in his career.
We reported earlier how the CIA director went way out of bounds and made comments on a criminal case in Minnesota:
But this is not the first outrageous action Mr. Burns has taken in his career. In 2013 Burns was credited with taking the lead on the pathetic Iran deal, which ended up giving billions to Iran while allowing them to proceed and build a nuclear bomb under the guise that they would not build it. The Washington Times reported:
Away from pomp and fanfare surrounding the multiparty talks in Geneva that resulted in this weekend’s nuclear deal with Iran, senior Obama administration officials and other sources are now revealing that U.S. and Iran actually, and very secretly, have been engaged in high-level direct talks for more than a year.
The discussions were kept hidden even from the four other nations negotiating with Iran in Geneva alongside the U.S. and from key ally Israel, according to The Associated Press, which reported Sunday that Deputy Secretary of State William J. Burns and Jake Sullivan, Vice President Joseph R. Biden’s top foreign policy adviser, have met face-to-face at least five times with Iranian officials since March.
The AP’s revelation was confirmed in the main later Sunday to The Washington Times by a U.S. official on condition of anonymity. The revelation was a surprise in Washington’s foreign-policy circles since the Obama administration has spent recent months attempting to craft an alternative narrative around the high-stakes nuclear talks, which have accelerated at unprecedented pace recently and triggered tension between Washington and Israel, long seen as America’s closest ally in the Middle East.
Mr. Sullivan who worked with Burns is the same guy who bragged to a colleague about how big of liars they were: