by Arutz Sheva Staff
No holds barred: In fiery, emotional speech, outspoken commentator says what most Americans think of Iran deal, 'charlatan' Obama.
Outspoken political commentator and former Florida Congressman Allen West pulled no punches yesterday at a mega-rally against the Iran deal, slamming the Obama administration for its agreement with Tehran over the Islamic Republic's nuclear program.
Speaking to at least 10,000 protesters at Wednesday's mega-rally in New York's Times Square, West tore into President Obama, deriding him as a "weakling" and a "charlatan," to enthusiastic applause.
We'll let the video do the talking - it really is a must-watch:
Other speakers at the Stop Iran Rally spanned the political spectrum, including former New York Republican Governor George Pataki, and senior Democrat Alan Dershowitz.
"We're here as Americans to speak with one voice to say stop Iran now, reject this deal," Pataki said.
"This is a God-awful deal, this must be rejected. Congress must do its job and stand up for the American people, stand up for our safety and say no to this Iranian deal," he added.
Scholar Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard law professor, appealed to fellow liberals to side with Republican opposition.
"It is a bad deal for Democrats. It is a bad deal for liberals. I am here opposing this deal as a liberal Democrat," he declared.
He called the deal bad for America, bad for world peace and bad for the security of the Middle East.
Arutz Sheva Staff
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