Well, well, well. What do you do when you find out the former Secretary of State is running around the world trying to save his precious Iran deal? John Kerry is a face without shame!
Kerry in what can only be seen as a slap stick attempt to undermine the current administration’s policy has been caught red-handed meeting with over a half dozen world leaders. It appears his goal is to try and save his ‘claim-to-fame’ Iran deal of 2015. Officially known as, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
The Boston Globe ratted Kerry out in a BLOCKBUSTER article that lists the world leaders he has met with recently. Including, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and other European officials like the French. But the most recent and most concerning is when “he engaged in some unusual shadow diplomacy with a top-ranking Iranian official.”
Although the Obama administration has hailed the Iran Deal as one of it’s signature measures, President Trump has often called it “one of the worst deals I have ever witnessed,” as reported by The Hill.
As the news circulated that John Kerry is working behind the scenes on the world stage, twitter exploded with everything from shock to laughter at the thought of Kerry’s audacity! But there was no better reaction than Ryan Saavedra of the Daily Wire. And we have saved the best…for last!
Kerry making quiet play to save Iran deal with foreign leaders: report. I'm waiting for the Left to scream treason and for Sally Yates to invoke the Logan Act and demand a criminal investigation. https://t.co/uxsfwIFTHA
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) May 4, 2018
OMG! Logan Act violations!! Send in the G Men… https://t.co/FA1dydJGQb
— Devin Nunes (@DevinNunes) May 4, 2018
— Annie Linskey (@AnnieLinskey) May 4, 2018
Trump on John Kerry: “Not the best negotiator we’ve ever seen. He never walked away from the table. Except when he went to the bicycle race, where he fell and broke his leg.” pic.twitter.com/tvvWjmYKjE
— Ryan Saavedra ?? (@RealSaavedra) May 4, 2018
The Boston Globe reports, “Kerry supporters see in this campaign some of his trademark traits, especially his unflagging energy even in the face of potential failure. Critics see something else, a former office holder working with foreign officials to potentially undermine the policy aims of a current administration.”