As Joe Biden and his reckless regime get closer to negotiating a nuclear deal that will be brokered by Russia, Iran is raining down hell-fire on the US consulate in Iraq’s northern city of Irbil.

Congressman Mike Gallagher (R-WI) shares the frightening details of Biden’s negotiations with Russia and Iran on the new Iranian nuclear deal. reports – At least six missiles were fired Sunday toward the U.S. consulate in Iraq’s northern city of Irbil, with several missiles hitting the building, Iraqi and U.S. security officials said. A U.S. official said the missiles were launched from neighboring Iran.

Early reports suggested there were no U.S. military casualties, a senior U.S. defense official said.

The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the information was still coming in, said it was still not certain exactly how many were fired and exactly where they landed. It also wasn’t clear if there were other casualties.

Jerusalem Post – The Kurdistan Counter-Terrorism Service announced that 12 ballistic missiles were fired from “outside the borders of Iraq and the Kurdistan region, specifically from the east,” according to the Iraqi News Agency (INA).

ABP LIVE and Associated Press confirm the report that 12 missiles were fired towards consulates in Iraq’s Irbil, saying there are (so far) no casualties.

Independent open-source intelligence (OSINT) accounts shared videos reportedly shared by Iranian civilians showing missiles being fired from Iran at the time of the attack, with at least one of the videos being geolocated to a site in Khasabad in the East Azerbaijan province of Iran.

Conservative Joe Pags Pagliarulo does a great job of explaining how “bad guys around the world are taking advantage of Biden’s weakness.

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