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Congress Investigating Obama-Hezbollah Collusion As Criminal Case #Obama #Iran #Hezbollah

Obama, and all of his associates are traitors. If you won’t admit this, then you’re aiding and abetting felonious and treasonous behavior. That means you’re a traitor too.

Because of yet another act of treason, a Republican member of the House Oversight Committee said he and other top lawmakers will investigate the Obama administration’s efforts to derail the Drug Enforcement Administration campaign targeting the Iran-backed terrorist group Hezbollah.

The Obama administration threw a series of roadblocks in the way of the DEA’s efforts to track Hezbollah’s trafficking of drug and weapons, money laundering and other criminal activities, some of which were happening in the U.S., as the administration worked to secure a nuclear deal with Iran, Politico reported Sunday.

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Rep. Ron DeSantis told the Washington Free Beacon on Wednesday he and other lawmakers are looking at evidence that could implicate top Obama officials.

“Congress will be investigating this thoroughly and my National Security subcommittee will be particularly interested in how such a decision came about and whether it was driven by key Iran deal architects such as Ben Rhodes,” DeSantis said, referring to the Obama national security adviser behind the Iran deal.

Sources told the Free Beacon congressional investigators are preparing letters to U.S. government agencies asking for more information on the scheme.

“It was potentially criminal,” a senior congressional source told the Free Beacon. “Congress absolutely has a responsibility to get to the bottom of this.”

U.S. drug enforcement agents who spoke to Politico about the matter accused the Obama administration of intentionally derailing an investigation into Hezbollah’s drug trafficking and money laundering efforts that began in 2008 under the Bush administration.

The investigation centered on Hezbollah and Iranian-backed militants who allegedly participated in the illicit drug network, which was subject to U.S. wiretaps and undercover operations.

Hezbollah is believed to have been laundering at least $200 million a month just in the United States, according to the report.

When U.S. authorities were ready to make the case against Hezbollah’s most senior leadership, Obama administration officials allegedly “threw an increasingly insurmountable series of roadblocks in its way,” according inside sources who spoke to Politico about the situation.

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