Fox News contributor and writer for Townhall, Katie Pavlich, penned an interesting piece that asks a question critical to national security that no one else seems to be asking, especially within the Biden administration, concerning former Secretary of State John Kerry and his illegal shadow diplomacy during the Trump administration.
According to Pavlich, and many other news sources, it’s been revealed that Kerry spoke with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif about Israeli attack points in Syria. Kerry, of course, denies the claims, but there is audio evidence that proves he’s lying through his teeth.
JUST IN: Iranian FM Zarif says he DID NOT Know About Israel's Covert Military Operations Until Kerry Told Him — New revelations from leaked audio contradict State Dept's defense of Kerry https://t.co/dvsLPB3XIL
— Adam Kredo (@Kredo0) April 30, 2021
Pavlich notes that there are now a number of Republicans up on Capitol Hill who are wanting Kerry’s security clearance to be reviewed and have argued that he is a threat to the national security of the United States.
“We are conducting oversight of Special Envoy for Climate John Kerry’s reported decision to provide potentially classified intelligence to Iran. Secretary Kerry allegedly not only provided Iran with sensitive information during his time as Secretary of State, but also while President Trump was in office in an apparent attempt to undermine his Administration. This raises serious concerns about Secretary Kerry’s fitness to serve in his current role with the National Security Council (NSC) and whether these allegations should affect Secretary Kerry’s ability to maintain a security clearance,” a number of Republicans on the House Oversight Committee wrote in a letter this week to White House Counsel Dana Remus. “This is not the first time that Secretary Kerry undermined U.S. foreign policy interests by talking with Iran. He also met with Foreign Minister Zarif as a private citizen in 2017, 2018, and 2019. The goal of these meetings was reportedly ‘to devise a political strategy to undermine the Trump administration.’ Secretary Kerry’s decision to provide information to Iran poses serious questions about his ability to serve in a role of public trust.”
“In the prior Congress, Democrats launched an investigation into the security clearance process at the White House regarding “grave breaches of national security” such as ‘disregarding established procedures for safeguarding classified information,'” the letter goes on to say. “The allegations related to Secretary Kerry necessitate a similar review. The actions by Secretary Kerry appear to undermine his ability to continue representing the United States on the world stage as well as maintain a security clearance.”
What’s also super disturbing at this point is the fact the White House has taken zero action to remove Kerry from his current position as Climate Czar. Yes, that’s right. He’s still representing the United States during international meetings, despite the fact he leaked information that could have endangered one of our best allies on the geopolitical stage.
This man needs to be investigated pronto.
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