BOMBSHELL: Obama Pledged Loyalty To Iran Before Being Elected President

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October 3, 2014 2:54pm PST

Michael Ledeen, the Freedom Scholar at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, recently sat down with Conservative talk show host Mark Levin and exposed some very concerning history involving Barack Obama.

Ledeen revealed that back in 2008, when Obama was campaigning for the Presidency, the then-candidate sent a secret emissary to Iran. Veteran Ambassador William G. Miller agreed to travel to Iran on Obama’s behalf because he too believed that U.S. policy towards Iran needed to change.

“[Obama] accepted [the Iranian leadership’s] criticism of American foreign policy toward them over the years and he was going to make that right,” Ledeen said. “He was going to work with them. It would be a whole new relationship,” he added.

Miller also carried another message for Iran back in 2008: that Obama was going to be the next President of the United States. Obama was apparently quite sure that he would win the 2008 election.

The Conservative Tribune reported:

Obama likely chose Miller for the job because of his impressive work history. He had served in Iran prior to the overthrow of the shah in 1979. He was also chief of staff for the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and, later, ambassador to Ukraine, according to The Gateway Pundit.

Ledeen said that Miller confirmed to him that he traveled to Tehran in 2008 on behalf of Barack Obama to tell the mullahs that America under his leadership would be a friend to the Islamic Republic.

This, Ledeen said, explains why “the centerpiece of Obama’s Middle East policy is an alliance, a working alliance, with Iranians.”

If true, this would certainly go a long way toward explaining the Obama administration’s persistence in ignoring Israel’s warnings and working to lift sanctions against Iran, potentially allowing it to go forward with developing nuclear weapons.

What concerns you more about this disturbing report: the fact that Obama knew he would be elected President all along, or the fact that he pledged his loyalty to Iran? Sound off in the comments section.

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