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Obama Admin Refused to Stop Billion-Dollar Hezbollah Crime Syndicate to Ink Iran Nuclear Deal | Truth Revolt

According to a bombshell report by Politico, the Obama administration actively stymied a U.S. task force investigation into the billion-dollar drug trafficking enterprise by the anti-Israel Lebanese terror group Hezbollah in order to ink the Iranian nuclear deal. 
"This was a policy decision, it was a systematic decision. They serially ripped apart this entire effort that was very well supported and resourced, and it was done from the top down."
Project Cassandra members say administration officials also blocked or undermined their efforts to go after other top Hezbollah operatives including one nicknamed the 'Ghost,' allowing them to remain active despite being under sealed U.S. indictment for years. People familiar with his case say the Ghost has been one of the world's biggest cocaine traffickers, including to the U.S., as well as a major supplier of conventional and chemical weapons for use by Syrian President Bashar Assad against his people.
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