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John Kerry’s Nightmare Comes True Amid Whistleblower Claims | Opinion

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John Kerry

Former Secretary of State John Kerry is accused of obstructing the FBI and DOJ in apprehending Iranian terrorists during the negotiations for the Iran Nuclear Deal.

International scrutiny

Kerry’s involvement in brokering the deal in 2015 led to Iran agreeing to limit its nuclear activities under international scrutiny.

Arrest warrants

Republican Senators Grassley and Johnson accused Kerry of impeding FBI arrest warrants for U.S. individuals suspected of assisting Iran’s weapons development efforts in a letter to Secretary of State Blinken.


Whistleblowers’ emails have shed light on Kerry’s actions to shield Iranian terrorists and agents on American soil to safeguard the Iran deal, with reports even suggesting that Kerry evaded a White House meeting to avoid a confrontation with the Attorney General.

Iranian terrorists

National Review’s coverage highlighted a revealing email exchange where two FBI agents expressed frustration over being instructed to hold off on arresting Iranian terrorists in the U.S. until President Obama’s negotiations with Iran concluded.


The email revealed that the agents were told to delay a seemingly straightforward arrest, awaiting the resolution of the negotiations between the U.S. and Iran.


Agents expressed frustration over their inability to act swiftly due to perceived obstacles in pursuing terrorism leads, with Kerry’s influence cited as a hindrance. State Department interference in FBI operations, particularly regarding visas and lure operations, was highlighted in an email exchange from April 2016.

impeding investigations

The letter underscored delays caused by the State Department, with Kerry’s interference impeding investigations into Iranian terrorists.

Trump administration

Successful arrests of Iranian suspects only happened during the Trump administration, suggesting a change in approach.

American lives

Kerry’s actions, utilizing the State Department to obstruct these investigations, cannot be overlooked or justified. His decisions posed a risk to American lives within the U.S., both during and post-negotiations, all in the name of safeguarding the Iran Nuclear Deal.

Global security

The irony lies in the fact that the Iran deal aimed to enhance global security by preventing Iran from amassing nuclear weapons.

Raising concerns

Yet, with terrorists from Iran operating within the U.S., the fundamental promise of safety is questioned, raising concerns about the effectiveness and true impact of the deal on national security.

Genuine intentions

It is difficult to argue that Kerry’s actions were driven by genuine intentions and a desire for significant foreign policy accomplishments. Instead, his motives appear to have been primarily self-serving.

Iran Nuclear Deal

President Trump withdrew the United States from the Iran Nuclear Deal in May 2018, citing flaws that allowed Iran to enrich uranium for nuclear weapons and lifted restrictions.

Economic sanctions

Trump imposed economic sanctions on Iran, labeling it a major global terrorism supporter. Kerry’s focus on personal gain and legacy overshadowed addressing risks of the deal, hindering law enforcement agencies from apprehending terrorists.

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  1. Liz Tompkins

    June 3, 2024 at 10:24 pm

    you can write about it all day long, but NOTHING ever happens. GREED AND CORRUPTION Have taken over this country. Kerrys daughter is married into a large OIL? family. so Kerry is willing to do “favors” to get favors. This guy should have been gone from office a long time ago!

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