John Kerry Exposed for Allowing Terrorists into the US

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Many would like to laud then-President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry for helping to implement the Iran Nuclear Deal. But what if they knew Iranian terrorists were knowingly allowed in the US to facilitate the deal?

According to a couple of Republican senators, Kerry “actively interfered with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) executing arrest warrants on individuals in the US illegally supporting Iranian efforts, including financial efforts, to develop weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and its ballistic missile program.”

In a letter to now-Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, Senators Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson cite a number of emails from 2015, the year the Iran Nuclear Deal was signed. In one, an FBI agent writes about having multiple arrest warrants on hand for a number of known Iranian terrorists who were operating in the US. And yet, due to the then-ongoing negotiations of the deal, Kerry would not allow those warrants to be served.

But even after the deal was signed and put in place, Kerry still wouldn’t allow Iranian agents to be arrested.

In another email, this one from 2016, a full year after the deal was signed, it was noted that the “State has been blocking FBI actions where State has had a role for approval or concurrence – visas, lure ops primarily. We have prepared a package of several cases blocked by State and have been working it up the FBI/DOJ/State chain over the past 6 months.”

So Kerry was still blocking the FBI from doing their job.

In fact, it became so much of a problem that then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch had to meet with Kerry about it. Afterward, Kerry was seen practically running from any meeting in which Lynch would be able to corner him over the issue again.

It wasn’t until Trump became president and Kerry was replaced as Secretary of State that the FBI finally saw some success on this front.

Kerry was knowingly putting American lives at risk. And for what? A deal that never really worked, to begin with. As you know, it was supposed to limit Iran’s nuclear capabilities to create a safe world. But that never really happened…

And now, we learn that in order to put together that fake sense of security, known terrorists were allowed to roam the US at their pleasure.

What a joke, indeed.