John Kerry Colluding With Iranian Government
John Kerry is continuing to act like the Secretary of State by sneaking around with Iranian officials in an effort to salvage his dismantled Iran Deal.
While the man himself has been silent on the issue, Boston media is reporting that Kerry sat down twice with the Foreign Minister of Iran, a man named Javad Zarif in the last few months in order to work on saving the Iran Deal that was crafted under Kerry’s tenure with Obama. The Iran Deal is coming up on a crucial deadline and Trump must decide whether to continue to allow handing money over to the nation, or whether he will listen to the Israeli intelligence. Last week, the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu announced that his officers had found tens of thousands of documents that prove that the Iranians had covertly worked on nuclear options despite telling the United States otherwise.
John Kerry, Loser
John Kerry, 74, is best known for losing the 2004 presidential election against George W. Bush.
Kerry was a Senator from Massachusetts between 1985 and 2013, and under Barack Obama was the Secretary of State from 2013 to 2017, taking over from Hillary Clinton.
In the dying days of the Obama Administration, Kerry gave a disastrous speech on mid-east politics, hitting on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and incorrectly saying that peace can only be achieved by handing land over to Palestinian terrorist groups. At the time, we said:
“All three are nothing more than Iranian supported terrorist groups. All three are sworn enemies of Israel and are committed to its destruction and to the death of all Jews.”
Sen. Marco Rubio is pointing out that this may be a violation of the Logan Act, which is a federal law that disallows unauthorized people from negotiating on behalf of the United States, making it a criminal act to do so. Obama has been accused of violating the same Act in his jaunts around Europe and Asia.
Kerry working with foreign governments to save the flawed #IranDeal certainly raises Logan Act questions. Plus, imagine if former Sec. Rice had done this to Obama. What would the reaction have been? #DoubleStandard https://t.co/GKd52OwNCu
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) May 5, 2018
Early Trump: Kerry is Low IQ
Les than two months into his successful campaign to the be the big man in the White House, Trump sat down with Greta Van Susteren with Fox News to talk about the stupidity of Obama and Kerry on nukes.
“I don’t know, maybe they’re not bright. I mean, I’ve watched Kerry negotiating and I’ve said to people, ‘Is he bright? Is he an intelligent man?’ Maybe they’re not bright, there’s something wrong with them.”
In the same interview, Trump said he’d easily beat Hillary Clinton. At the time, we called it “succinct grace” delivered with brutal honesty.
Kerry & Obama’s Syrian ‘Red Lie’
In the closing year of the Obama regime, Kerry cried that other nations see America as a weak country.
“Secretary of State Kerry, chatting with the talking heads last Sunday, admitted that President Obama’s “red line” tough guy act about Syria “cost us significantly” by leading other nations to see America as weak.Traitor Kerry faulted Congress for not immediately approving the use of force when President Obama finally got around to talking to the Congress. Kerry didn’t bother to note that between the time Obama made his famous “red line” statement and when he finally had a discussion with Congress about it… a full year had elapsed.”
John Kerry on the Iran Deal
In 2015, just before signing the deal, Kerry was happy to announce that it was at hand.
At the same time Kerry, from the comfort of first-class hotel in Geneva, said “we want the right deal that would make the world, including the United States and our closest allies and partners, safer and more secure,” Iranian leader Khamenei told the crowd in Tehran that the Iranians would never give into the West.
When the crowd started chanting, “Death to America,” Khamenei responded, “Of course yes, death to America.”
The deadline to renew the Iran Deal is coming up on May 12th, and Kerry is allegedly meeting with not only an Iranian official but also with German and French officials, as well as engaging in phone calls with the European Union.
The reason for silence is that Kerry allegedly believes that a “high profile” mission on his behalf would keep sitting Democrats from having to do the work, which might cause Trump to pull the deal in spite.
John Kerry has not responded to media questions, and he has not posted to social media since the allegations were made public yesterday.
But, with Sen. Marco Rubio commenting on the issue, it’s worth taking the reports seriously.
Sources: Fox News, Boston Globe