Iraq veterans are sending a powerful message to Obama, ‘NO NUKE DEAL FOR IRAN!’ A group of Iraq war veterans are launching a million-dollar campaign to stop Obama’s Iran nuclear deal and they are asking for nationwide support.
The group, Veterans Against the Deal, was founded last month as a 501(c)(4) nonprofit for the sole purpose of stopping Obama’s Iran nuke deal.
The group’s first ad will go up in Montana and is aimed at Democratic Senator Jon Tester. The ad features retired staff sergeant Robert Bartlett, who was badly injured by an Iranian bomb while serving in Iraq in 2005. Subsequent ads will air in North Dakota, West Virginia and elsewhere. The group will also send veterans to speak at events in key states.
“Every politician who is involved in this will be held accountable, they will have blood on their hands,” he says in the ad. “A vote for this deal means more money for Iranian terrorism. What do you think they are going to do when they get more money?”
“We are going to challenge those people who are on the fence,” Executive Director Michael Pregent, a former intelligence adviser to Gen. David Petraeus and Gen. Ray Odierno who served in Iraq, told me. “Our main argument is that veterans know Iran better than Washington, D.C., does. You’ve got a lot of veterans out there who are pretty upset about this, so we are looking to capture their voices and make sure they are heard.”
The Iran deal will unfreeze billions of dollars that Iran will use for terrorism and violence. Tell your Senator: No money for Iranian terror. No deal for Iran.
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