John Kerry has been a liar and provocateur ever since he came to public attention during the Vietnam War.

He testified falsely before Congress back then that America’s war policy involved systematic atrocities. He shared many a stage with Jane Fonda and her then-husband Tom Hayden, who told similar lies and even traveled to give aid and comfort to North Vietnam during the war.

And now Kerry is up to his old tricks again.

The former secretary of state and presidential candidate has been counseling leaders of the Palestinian Authority to “not yield” to President Donald Trump, rather to “hold on and be strong” in the wake of the president’s sharp tilt toward Israel.

Kerry also hinted that he may run for president in 2020 against Trump, saying he’s not much older than Trump. Trump is 71, Kerry is 74. But age is the least of his problems. Kerry is still a traitor to his country. He always will be.

Kerry reportedly told one Arab leader that Trump would not be around long – perhaps only another year!

“Maybe it is time for the Palestinians to define their peace principles and present a positive plan,” Kerry suggested.

He promised to use all his contacts and all his abilities to get support for such a plan – without even knowing what it would be. He asked the Arab leader not to attack the U.S. or the Trump administration, but to concentrate on personal attacks on Trump himself, whom Kerry says is solely and directly responsible for the situation.

According to the report, referring to the president, Kerry used derogatory terms and even worse. Kerry offered to help create an alternative peace initiative and promised to help garner international support, among others, of Europeans, Arab states and the international community. Kerry hinted that many in the American establishment, as well as in American intelligence, are dissatisfied with Trump’s performance and the way he leads America.

The report was confirmed by a second high-ranking member of the Palestinian Authority, according to the Jerusalem Post.

The treacherous and cowardly Kerry has not refuted any of the claims. He probably knows there’s a recording of it somewhere.

What more can be said about Kerry’s meddling?

He had his time running the State Department for Barack Obama. Did he make any inroads to peace in the Middle East? Of course not.

Kerry is just an opportunist politician who still believes he’s smarter than everyone else.

But he has also betrayed himself as a vicious Jew hater who has secretly conspired with the enemies of Israel for political gain.

Even Democrats who dislike Trump should be aware of that.

While Israel’s support is shrinking in Democratic Party leadership, I suspect most Main Street Dem voters understand the difference between a viable, self-governing, free society like Israel and the rogues in the Palestinian Authority.

This story should not go unnoticed or forgotten.

And what is Kerry suggesting about Trump not being in office in as soon as a year?

Is this impeachment talk or something far worse – especially when he cites the American intelligence agencies as agreeing with him about Trump?

You’ve heard about the Deep State, and this is confirmation of its reality. About that, I have no doubts Kerry is indeed right.

And that’s why Trump needs our continued support. He is doing the right things in the Middle East – finally. At last we have a president who understands Israel and the terrorists of the Palestinian Authority are not on the same moral plane.

Kerry, on the other hand, seems to prefer the terrorists. And why should that surprise anyone after his notoriously anti-American history?


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