Iran’s nuclear capabilities: “I say it here, it comes out there”

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“I say it here, it comes out there”— Reporter Aaron Altman (Albert Brooks),Broadcast News (1987)
I wish.
It took six weeks for the Biden administration to admit what I warned on March 9th regarding the Iran breakout window (i.e., that there was high confidence that Iran was just weeks away from being able to develop a primitive nuclear weapon.
That capacity is well inside the old Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) year safety buffer, and essentially makes any attempt to revive it moot.
Why did it take so long? Perhaps to keep the failing JCPOA negotiations on life support? Perhaps to please those who have had their head-in-the-sand (or inserted in other places) about Iran’s nuclear programs and/or intentions for years?
The Iran nuclear story was a 15 second sound clip from the White House yesterday. Today it’s a one minute read on Reuters. Meanwhile hours are spent on what? Partisans melting down or cheering because Elon again outsmarted the non-elite elites to buy Twitter?
We collectively deserve to live in caves..
https://www.reuters.com/world/white-house-worried-iran-could-develop-nuclear-weapon-weeks-2022-04-26/?fbclid=IwAR2igWTyb6BN1RRSvBnZinrV2tv1wYTubAR-7DOQsmJHtPDoDK_fHPnCZtM
https://blogs.harvard.edu/kleelerner/irans-nuclear-breakout-window-narrows/?fbclid=IwAR1bd3PqrU4GKdqZR1gVRdrR_1ONsODt0h87eWRcAbwwyrxJF7YwJbOEEAQ