Iran And Taliban Ramp Up Threats Against Americans Under Weak Biden Administration

( As indirect discussions with the United States continues to produce zero results, Iran is stepping up its threats against America and the Biden administration…and so is the Taliban.

Discussions between Iran and the U.S. recently started again, with the United Kingdom, Germany, and Russia facilitating the talks. However, last month, the Taliban government in Afghanistan told the United States that some 2,000 suicide bombers will be deployed to Washington, D.C. if the Biden administration sends the same number of American troops to the United States embassy in Kabul.

“If America wants 2,000 [American] troops at its embassy in Afghanistan, we also want 2,000 Fidayeen Mujahideen [suicide bombers] from the Fateh Force at the embassy of Afghanistan in America,” Afghanistan’s acting defense minister Maulvi Mohammed Yaqoob Mujahid announced on Twitter.

While the U.S. doesn’t officially recognize the Taliban government, the Biden administration is using Qatar as a representative of American diplomatic interests in Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, Iran is rebuffing the U.S. federal government in a similar way, refusing to come into compliance with the failed Obama-era Iran Nuclear Deal unless the United States lifts all economic sanctions on the country.

The United States has refused to comply with Iran’s demands so far, but that doesn’t mean that the Biden administration isn’t giving in in other ways. Under the original deal, Iran was blocked from enriching uranium to a purity of 3.67% – but after the country’s scientists admitted to enriching uranium to 60% purity, the United States government has since admitted to working to prevent the country from purifying uranium at a 90% level.

White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan recently said to officials in Israel that the United States would use snapback sanctions to stop the country from enriching uranium to 90% – a major change in national policy.

And even as the U.S. keeps kowtowing to Iran, the country continues to make threats. Gen. Esmauil Ghaani, the man who replaced terrorist leader Gen. Qassem Soleimani of the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, said that the “ground for the hard revenge” will come from “within” the United States.

What is President Joe Biden doing about these clear terroristic threats being made against the United States?