Delaware Port Is About To Be Sold To Saddam Hussein’s Weapons Chief

The Port of Wilmington in Delaware is about to be sold to Gulftainer, a Middle East-based company overseen by Dr. Hamid Jafar, Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction chief, and owned by his sons.

On today’s episode of Howley Reports, I break down what’s really going on in Delaware as the General Assembly is about to vote on the sale of a massive strategic U.S. port to a company that has three active contracts with the Russians. The Democratic Party approves of this sale.

Here is Mary Fanning and Alan Jones’ original reporting for Big League Politics on Gulftainer, which already owns the cargo terminal at Port Canaveral after Barack Obama and John Kerry sold it to them:

Gulftainer, the UAE-based ports company operating Florida’s Port Canaveral cargo container terminal despite the company’s ties to Saddam Hussein’s nuclear WMD program, is in a joint venture with Russian Technologies (Rostec). Rostec exports Russia’s Trojan Horse Club-K container cruise missile weapons system.

The joint venture is called Gulftainer Russian Technologies.

Rostec exports the ‘doomsday box’ Club-K container cruise missile launcher through its Rosoboronexport arms export division.

Rostec and Rosoboronexport are Russian state-owned companies controlled by former KGB officials…

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