Joe Biden’s preparing to hand this Muslim nation nuclear capabilities on a silver platter

No one knows what’s going on in Joe Biden’s head. He’s gone off the deep end.

Because now he’s planning to give this Muslim nation serious nuclear capabilities on a silver platter.

Sitting U.S. presidents have made some truly irresponsible and laughable decisions in the past. Richard Nixon’s Watergate operation comes to mind as well as Warren Harding’s oil scandals.

Probably the worst one so far is James Buchanan’s complete ignorance of an incoming Civil War. Of course, Bill Clinton’s Monica Lewinsky scandal is a funny one too.

But all those may pale in comparison to the mistake Joe Biden’s about to make as it has the potential to backfire on him and put the entire world’s safety at risk. Not just the United States, but the entire world.

That’s not an exaggeration either, because it has to do with extremely powerful nuclear capabilities. Anytime nuclear physics are involved, that’s a dangerous game to play for politicians.

Apparently Joe Biden doesn’t think so. According to reports, Joe Biden wants to work with Saudi Arabia to help them build nuclear reactors to furnish the Muslim state with nuclear energy for their energy needs rather than fossil fuels.

White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan is scheduled to meet with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) this Thursday to explore a potential agreement aimed at normalizing relations between Israel and Saudi Arabia.

This agreement might also involve U.S. backing for a Saudi nuclear program, primarily intended for civilian purposes such as energy production, reports Axios. However, MBS has cautioned that if Iran acquires nuclear weapons, Saudi Arabia might reconsider its commitment to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) and pursue its own nuclear arsenal.

The relationship between Iran and Saudi Arabia has long been fraught with tension, with recent efforts at diplomatic reconciliation overshadowed by lingering distrust. Despite expressing concerns about the threat of nuclear conflict, MBS has emphasized that Saudi Arabia would feel compelled to develop nuclear weapons if Iran did so.

In an interview with Fox News in September, MBS articulated his stance, stating, “We are concerned with any country getting a nuclear weapon… if any country uses a nuclear weapon, that means they are having a war with the rest of the world. If [Iran] gets one, we have to get one.”

This sentiment was echoed in an earlier interview, where MBS likened Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei to Adolf Hitler and underscored Tehran’s ambitions for regional dominance. “Saudi Arabia does not want to acquire any nuclear bomb. But without a doubt, if Iran developed a nuclear bomb, we will follow suit as soon as possible,” MBS stated during a 60 Minutes interview in 2018.

Iran’s nuclear program has been making rapid progress, with reports from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) indicating enrichment of uranium to near-weapons-grade levels as of February. Iran theoretically possesses the capability to develop nuclear weapons with its current resources.

Despite the complexities of the Saudi-Iranian relationship, the Biden administration remains committed to pursuing a defense pact with Saudi Arabia, including support for its nuclear aspirations and normalization agreements with Israel.

This endeavor may necessitate concessions from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, possibly including commitments to the establishment of an independent Palestinian state.

President Biden has indicated progress in negotiations, stating during a campaign event featuring former Democratic Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, “I’ve been working with the Saudis… They are prepared to fully recognize Israel — fully recognize Israel, first time. But we have to — there has to be a post — a post-Gaza plan here, and there has to be a train to a two-state solution.”

However, securing such a deal faces significant challenges, including Senate ratification, given the current political landscape. Sullivan’s discussions with MBS in Saudi Arabia come amidst a flurry of diplomatic activity, indicating the administration’s concerted efforts in the region.

The simple reality is that everyone with an ounce of common sense knows that the Muslim nations in the Middle East cannot be trusted with anything that may give them nuclear weapon capability. Such a move would be devastating for the future of peace not only in the region, but around the world.

Everyone knows Iran is working to build nuclear weapons to use against Israel and the United States first. That’s their goal, no matter how much they try to hide it. Emboldening Iran by creating an unwise alliance With Saudi Arabia is about as dumb as it gets.

But that’s Joe Biden for you.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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