Yet the 2022 Threat Assessment means nothing when it comes to the Iran Nuclear Deal
The U.S. intelligence community has assessed that Iran will threaten Americans — both directly and via proxy attacks — and that Tehran remains committed to developing networks inside the U.S., according to the intelligence community’s 2022 Annual Threat Assessment, published Tuesday by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI).
Iran will be far more dangerous after the Biden Administration signs off on the Russia-China brokered Iran nuclear deal. A deal that floods the terror state with tens of billions of dollars in sanctions relief.
“We assess that Iran will threaten U.S. persons directly and via proxy attacks, particularly in the Middle East. Iran also remains committed to developing networks inside the United States—an objective it has pursued for more than a decade. “