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November 6, 2014 10:37 am

Iran Quietly Expresses Fear About Republican Takeover of Congress Following Midterm Elections

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Iran's President Hassan Rouhani at the World Economic Forum. Photo: Screenshot.

Washington Free Beacon – Iranian leaders are quietly expressing fear about the Republican takeover of Congress Tuesday night, with many conveying concerns that Tehran has lost a key bloc of U.S. Democrats who wanted to roll back economic sanctions and hand Iran a favorable nuclear deal, according to an internal CIA analysis and Farsi language reports.

Fears about the Republican takeover of Congress have plagued Iranian leaders for weeks, according to the CIA analysis obtained by the Washington Free Beacon that outlines internal commotion in Iran over the shifting political tides in the United States.

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  • Jonah

    Quietly expresses concern! This republican congress will be their worst nightmare. Instead of arming and raising Islamic militias surreptitiously in the hope israel will meet its demise the function of congress will now be to question every move our Islamic president makes. It will become so blatantly obvious what he is up to because his intentions and motives cannot be hidden anymore and in addition to that he knows they cannot stop him because he is always two steps ahead if them. He leaves them strategically in the dust on every move. Sheep always think their is something good in eveyone and that attitude is going to get them killed and wreck America as if it is in a train car crash. If America is not an enrmy of Israel and with this newly elected congress it us not…then it must be destroyed. I don’t know how he is going to do it but you can be sure about one thing…he will!

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