Gabriel Noronha worked on the Iran Desk at the Department of State, and in early March many of his former colleagues at State, the National Security Council and the European Union were so aghast at the dangerous concessions offered to Iran that they contacted him in the hope that he could get the word out to the world, and indeed he has.
Gabriel’s March 4th Twitter thread and his excellent March 7th article in Tablet Magazine have made their way around the world, and we at EMET have used this very valuable information to help inform Congress of what precisely will be negotiated away in Vienna if these talks are successful.
Gabriel served as Special Advisor for Iran in the U.S. Department of State Department from 2019 to 2020. He previously worked in the U.S. Senate from 2015 to 2019, including on the Senate Armed Services Committee for Chairmen John McCain and Jim Inhofe.
Gabriel is continuing to find out extremely disturbing details of just how far the American negotiating team under Robert Malley has gone and is continuing to use his Twitter feed to expose it to as many people as possible so that we can bring it to our members of Congress.
Our elected officials, under Article II of the Constitution, have an obligation to exercise Congressional oversight, particularly for a deal that could potentially be so incredibly devastating to the national security interests of the United States, and our allies. Based on much of the information that Gabriel has revealed, there is only a slight chance that this horrendous deal might be scuttled.
It is up to every one of you to please watch this video and call your Representative and Senators and let them know that this deal, if accepted, would present a clear and present danger and existential threat to Israel and our Sunni Gulf allies, and would be an assault on the national security interests of the United States.
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