John Kerry Exposed by Whistleblower Bombshell

(Patriot.Buzz) – In a bombshell revelation, whistleblowers have informed Senators Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Ron Johnson (R-WI) about John Kerry’s antipatriotic moves from his time as Secretary of State.

During the Obama administration, Kerry prevented the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation from arresting Iranian terrorists in the U.S. during negotiations for the Iran nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

In a letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Senators Grassley and Johnson detailed allegations of Kerry’s interference to prevent law enforcement actions against individuals aiding Iran’s weapon development efforts.

The letter references failures by the Justice Department and FBI leadership, including “then-Attorney General Lynch and then-FBI Director Comey,” to counteract Kerry’s “obstructive efforts against law enforcement.”

The letter includes an email exchange from 2015 between two FBI agents discussing the agency’s frustration over being instructed to delay arrests until after the U.S.-Iran negotiations ended.

One agent expressed disappointment over being forced to stand down on what was described as an easy arrest and predicted that their arguments for aggressive action would likely be overruled.

The senators’ letter points out at least eight instances where the FBI could have proceeded with cases against individuals connected to the Iranian missile and WMD efforts but were blocked by the State Department.

In six of these instances, opportunities to arrest key subjects were lost, with one individual noted as being on the Terrorism Watch List and another who returned to Iran.

In one particularly striking case, the State Department prevented the arrest of a subject who was mid-flight, forcing them to leave the U.S. immediately upon landing instead.

The situation escalated to the point where former Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with Kerry to discuss his interference, though the meeting did not resolve the issues.

An email from April 29, 2016, described the meeting as unsuccessful from the FBI’s perspective, indicating that it was not a “good time” for extraditions or operations related to Iran.

According to an email from May 3, 2016, tensions remained high as seen during a tense meeting where Kerry quickly left without engaging with the Attorney General.

The whistleblowers’ disclosures suggest that the blockade on arrests continued until the end of the Obama administration, with at least two targets being arrested only after the Trump administration took office and the State Department’s restrictions were lifted.

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