Democrats have no ethics, morality or decency and if untold numbers die, they won’t worry becuase the Democrat media complex will make sure no one knows or discusses it.
That said, this is not a surprise. John Kerry was the most anti-Israel Secretary of State ever. In fact, Kerry demonstrated utter disdain for the Jewish state on numerous occasions. In particular, Kerry’s viciously anti-Israel speech after the passing of UN Resolution 2334 was a total disgrace.
The Logan Act makes it a felony to engage in “unauthorized foreign diplomacy.” Kerry belongs in jail.
With friends like these…
John Kerry revealed to the Iranians that Israel had attacked their interests in Syria at least 200 times. https://t.co/l6mBywZ0wI
— RJC (@RJC) April 26, 2021
This is disgusting on many levels. Biden and Kerry have to answer for why Kerry would be tipping off Iran, the number one sponsor of terror, while stabbing one of our greatest partners, Israel, in the back. https://t.co/ZLWnQRZkrG
— Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) April 26, 2021
Iran’s foreign minister says John Kerry told him about Israeli covert operations in Syria
Kerry has previously been accused of colluding with Iranian leaders to undermine Trump administration
By Fox News, April 26, 2021
Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif claimed in recently leaked audio that John Kerry, when he was serving as Secretary of State during the Obama administration, informed him of more than 200 Israeli operations in Syria.
Kerry has previously been accused of colluding with Iranian leaders to undermine the Trump administration. Kerry is now a part of the Biden administration and has a seat on the National Security Council as the special presidential envoy for climate.
Zarif also spoke frankly about his limited power compared to Ayatollah Ali Khameini and the blow the U.S. dealt to Iran by killing Gen. Qassem Soleimani in January 2020.
Kerry faced criticism on Monday over Zarif’s claim.
“John Kerry was ratting out Israeli covert operations in Syria directly to the Iranian foreign minister. Let that sink in. Wow,” Noah Pollak of the foreign policy-focused Democratic Alliance Group wrote on Twitter.
— Noah Pollak (@NoahPollak) April 26, 2021
Former special advisor for Iran at the State Department Gabriel Noronha weighed in on Zarif’s lasting political career, despite his differences with others in Iranian governnment.
“The main reason Zarif has survived as Foreign Minister for 8 years in Iran’s cutthroat political environment is that he serves as the ‘reasonable’ storefront to the world, protecting the more empowered radical elements of the regime from Western and press scrutiny,” Noronha said in a statement.
“Most of the time, Zarif’s Foreign Ministry is relegated to the job of the marketing and PR team, justifying and defending the policy choices of the IRGC and Supreme Leader Khamenei abroad,” he continued. “I think the leak was likely instigated by regime insiders who have long hated Zarif and tried to oust him — they oppose current efforts to rejoin the JCPOA and also want to bolster domestic opposition to President Rouhani and his allies running for office in June.”
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