During President Trump’s time in office, we heard about “Russian collusion.”
Of course, that entire narrative was debunked and based entirely on lies.
Now, however, there is a very REAL story with very REAL evidence about “Iranian collusion” in the Biden administration.
You may have seen all the recent headlines about John Kerry.
This story is developing so quickly that you might have missed some key details.
This is a breakdown of everything we know about the Iranian collusion scandal involving John Kerry and the Biden administration.
John Kerry is a traitor to America.
— Buzz Patterson (@BuzzPatterson) April 27, 2021
Israel is our ally.
Iran is the leading state sponsor of terrorism.
John Kerry must be investigated immediately.
— Rep Andy Biggs (@RepAndyBiggsAZ) April 27, 2021
John Kerry needs to be investigated for violations of the Logan Act right now.
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) April 27, 2021
John Kerry is accused of leaking military secrets to Iran.
Specifically, he supposedly told the Iranians about numerous Israeli covert operations.
Here’s the issue (in case it isn’t obvious): Iranian is a terrorist state… and Israel is an ally.
If this is true, Kerry has not only hurt our ally, he has potentially damaged our own national security by damaging our national interest in Israel.
Even worse, he has potentially empowered terrorists.
Is this speculation?
Is this all rumor?
No. There’s actually a phone recording that proves that Kerry provided this secret information to the Iranians.
This tape has now been leaked to numerous organizations, including the New York Times.
Key members of the GOP are calling for either an investigation or resignation following reports of former U.S. Secretary of State and current Climate Czar John Kerry leaking information about covert Israeli military operations to Iran.
According to tapes obtained by the London-based Iran International and subsequently leaked to the New York Times, Kerry, who served as secretary of state for former President Barack Obama, reportedly told Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif about Israeli military operations in Syria. The revelation reportedly came to the “astonishment” of Zarif, who worked closely with Kerry on the infamous Iran Nuclear Deal.
Ned Price, a spokesperson at the State Department, told reporters that he couldn’t speak to the “authenticity,” “accuracy,” or “any motives” behind the dissemination of the tape, as it is “purportedly leaked material.”
“I would just make the broad point that if you go back and look at press reporting from the time, this certainly was not secret, and governments that were involved were speaking to this publicly on the record,” he added.
Key members of the GOP, however, are calling for action.
“If this tape is verified, it would signal catastrophic and disqualifying recklessness by Envoy Kerry to Foreign Minister Zarif that endangered the safety of Americans and our allies,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) told the Daily Wire.
“And it would be consistent with his long pattern of empowering Iran’s regime,” he continued, noting Kerry:
poured hundreds of billions of dollars into the Ayatollah’s terrorist bank accounts, was a close confidant with Zarif during the Obama administration, and was caught repeatedly meeting with him during the Trump administration (notwithstanding the Logan Act) — and has never publicly accounted for what they discussed.
Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-AK) took it a step further, calling for Kerry’s resignation.
“Enough is enough,” Sullivan said on the Senate floor:
The red line that was crossed, if this was true, revealing secret information to one of America’s most sworn enemies with the blood of thousands of American military members on its hands, undermining the interests of one of our most important allies, the state of Israel — if this is true, John Kerry needs to go. He should resign or he should get fired by the president of the United States.
If this doesn’t scare you, it should.
This is clear that the Biden administration is truly putting “America last.”
Seriously, think about it: if someone in the Trump administration did this, don’t you think the media and the Democrats would be trying to impeach President Trump… again?!
If someone in the Trump administration helped a terrorist state, there would be endless outcry.
But because it’s sleepy Joe and long-face Kerry, the Democrats and the media don’t seem to care.
Donald J. Trump was right about John Kerry.
— Camryn Kinsey (@camrynbaylee) April 27, 2021
Benedict Arnold: “I’m the biggest Traitor in American history.”
John Kerry: “Hold my beer.”
— LivePDDave 🇺🇸 🚨 🥊 (@LivePDDave1) April 27, 2021
John Kerry is a traitorous scumbag & should be charged as such if today's reports are true.
— Daniel F. Baranowski (@DFBHarvard) April 27, 2021
If it’s true John Kerry tipped off Iran and exposed Israel, he should not serve in government for a minute longer
— Mark Meadows (@MarkMeadows) April 27, 2021
Even the National Review, which many believe is a Deep State Republican website, has turned on John Kerry.
If even the National Review has turned on you, you know you’re in trouble.
According to the National Review, Kerry is being protected by a clear double standard:
Remember the outrage when Republicans sent a message to Iran under Obama? This is . . . much worse.
In leaked audio obtained by the U.K.-based Iran International, Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is heard telling an ally that John Kerry informed him about “at least” 200 covert Israeli actions against Iranian interests in Syria. Zarif claimed he listened to Kerry in “astonishment.”
Barely anyone in political media even bothered covering the story. As of this writing, ABC, CBS, and NBC have not mentioned it. The Times buried a single line about the alleged Kerry–Zarif conversation deep in its piece. The Washington Post didn’t refer once to Zarif’s claim in its own article on the leaks. The paper’s first citing of the exchange came via reporter John Hudson’s uncritical regurgitation of a State Department talking point, which claims that the strikes had already been disclosed to the public by the time Kerry mentioned them.
That timeline doesn’t exactly work. We know Kerry likely met with Zarif and other Iranian officials in mid-April 2018 in an effort to undermine official U.S. policy regarding the Iran deal. It wasn’t until September 2018 — and then only because of an apparent leak — that the Israelis disclosed the 200 strikes.
Yet, as the media and the Biden administration were making excuses for Kerry, the former senator and secretary of state denied ever saying anything about Israel’s covert ops to Zarif. (Jim Geraghty has a smart rundown on why Kerry’s denial doesn’t make any sense.)
Of course, one assumes the Iranians were aware that Israel was likely behind attacks in Syria. But the question stands: Why would Kerry, most likely as a private citizen, be discussing an ally’s covert actions with a representative of a terrorist regime that had murdered over 600 Americans in recent years?
You might remember the uproar following a 2015 open letter by Senate Republicans to the Iranian mullahs, explaining how the United States ratifies international treaties and presciently warning that any deal probably wouldn’t last long. Numerous Democrats argued that the letter was a violation of the Logan Act, a rarely enforced law that criminalizes negotiations by American citizens with foreign governments in dispute with the United States. Feigned anger erupted throughout left-wing punditry.
Here is a sampling of the news coverage:
CNN: “Iran letter: Did 47 Republican senators break the law?”
New York Times: “G.O.P. Senators’ Letter to Iran About Nuclear Deal Angers White House”
Associated Press: “GOP senators send letter to Iran in attempt to undermine nuclear deal; Biden calls it ‘false’ and ‘dangerous’”
ABC News: “Why Some Think 47 GOP Senators Broke the Law With Iran Letter”
New York Daily News: “Senate GOP’s Iran letter sparks American outrage, #47Traitors Twitter trends”
Then-vice president Joe Biden condemned the letter as “beneath the dignity of an institution I revere” and one that ignored “two centuries of precedent and threatens to undermine the ability of any future American President, whether Democrat or Republican, to negotiate with other nations on behalf of the United States.”
If a letter describing the Treaty Clause jeopardized the separation of powers, what does a former secretary of state’s secretly meeting with a representative of the world’s leading exporter of terror do to undercut the norms of governance?
And how many Americans were aware of Kerry’s actions? Probably not many. One of Iran’s most passionate American advocates, Ben Rhodes, suddenly incredulous about Iranian assertions, claimed that conservatives had attempted “to launder a lie through sufficient right-wing media outrage to get mainstream attention.” As far as I know, neither Zarif, who made the comment, nor the New York Times, which tepidly (and perhaps inadvertently) broke the story, is a member of the vast right-wing conspiracy.
A handful of other outlets did cover the alleged Kerry leak, through the lens of the political fight that has followed. “Kerry faces calls to step down over leaked Iran tapes,” says The Hill. “GOP tears into Kerry amid Iran controversy” is the headline from Politico. Whether the coverage will step beyond the “Republicans pounce” framing remains to be seen.
This is done by many of the same journalists responsible for years of hysterics fueled by anonymously sourced rumors — including Hudson, who has yet to explain how he mysteriously confirmed a non-existent Russia-bounty story. Try and conjure up an image of what coverage would look like today if we found out that Mike Pompeo had secretly met with the foreign minister of Russia to plot how to undermine Biden’s foreign-policy goals.
Don’t let John Kerry get away with this…
Don’t let the Democrat Party get away with this…
And finally, don’t let the mainstream media get away with covering this up.
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