Ex Secretary of State, John Kerry, a proven liar regarding his infamous “swift boat” affair; a heretic to say the least. A typical white flag Obama aficionado looking to demonize the United States at every turn. Wounded by his own fire due to carelessness was a clue to his ineptness. John Kerry is a nobody a scoundrel on par with past traitors – Benedict Arnold comes to mind.
Kerry’s term as Secretary of State was a failure, an insult to the United States as he bent over backwards to accommodate America’s enemies – the Iranians and Palestinians; Kerry always worked against America’s interests. Always in a state of delusion, mindless of his decisions; infiltrated by Muslims high on the Hookah. Kerry was addicted early in life to the “420” as it penetrated his thought process through the years.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo doubled down on his criticism of former Secretary of State John Kerry on Saturday, accusing Kerry of “unseemly” contacts within Iran’s government.
Pompeo’s initial remarks on Friday followed a tweet from the president on Thursday, who called Kerry’s meetings with Zarif “illegal.”
“John Kerry had illegal meetings with the very hostile Iranian Regime, which can only serve to undercut our great work to the detriment of the American people. He told them to wait out the Trump Administration! Was he registered under the Foreign Agents Registration Act? BAD!” President Trump wrote.
The Foreign Agents Registration Act requires those who represent the interests of foreign powers to disclose such relationships and any related activities and finances. Kerry said Wednesday on Fox News that he met with European and Iranian diplomats, but maintained that no negotiations were aimed at undermining the Trump administration’s policies.
JAIL SWIFT BOAT KERRY before he does any more damage to the interests of the United States.
Some SBVT members have questioned the propriety of Kerry’s first Purple Heart, received for a wound sustained on December 2, 1968. Kerry remained on duty after being wounded, and sought treatment at the following day’s sick call. They assert that the injury was too minor to merit a citation because the only treatment Kerry received, after the removal of a piece of shrapnel from his arm, was bacitracin (an antibiotic) and a bandage, and he returned to service immediately. Other division members, including at least one SBVT member, received Purple Hearts under similar circumstances. SBVT also claims that the wound was not from enemy fire but was from shrapnel of a grenade he fired himself, “Self-inflicted wounds were awarded if incurred ‘in the heat of battle, and not involving gross negligence.’ Kerry’s critics insist his wound would not have qualified, but former Navy officials who worked in the service’s awards branch at the time said such awards were routine.”