We just reported on John Kerry ratting out Israeli covert forces in the Middle East acting against American interests:
“…leaked audio of Iran’s foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif saying then-Secretary of State John Kerry informed him about Israel’s covert operations in Syria came out a few days ago. Before this latest treasonous news about John Kerry’s cozy relationship with Iran came out, Kerry was spotted having a meeting in Paris with Iranian officials. This is a clear violation of the Logan Act, but Kerry is a Democrat, so he’s free to break the rules.
John Kerry arrogantly admitted that he lied about getting 100% of the chemical weapons out of Syria (video below). Still, his secret meetings with Iran during the Trump presidency are even more egregious.”
Secretary of State under President Barack Obama, John KerryNow, ANOTHER audio recording has emerged. It is the complete audio recording of a previously released recording that was edited by CNN in 2016.
This new full audio is available via The Gateway Pundit. It seems to show John Kerry, the Secretary of State under Barack Obama, pushing for more US bomb attacks in Syria as well as “internationally run” elections.
“In 2016, as Secretary of State of the disastrous Obama foreign policy, another John Kerry audio was leaked.
John Kerry was caught on tape telling Syrian revolutionaries, “I lost the argument for use of force in Syria.”
Kerry’s comments came at a meeting that took place at the Dutch Mission to the United Nations on the sidelines the UN General Assembly’. The audio gives a glimpse into what goes on outside official meetings.
Note that it represents the US narrative and not necessarily the entire true narrative. The audio was improved by Angel North who is not affiliated with CNN or any referrer to this video. The restored audio is posted here in the public interest of the US people.
The audio was originally leaked to the New York Times in late September 2016 which only transcribed parts of it. CNN, was the source here.
CNN has since removed it from their website.
John Kerry was pushing for more US bomb attacks in Syria.
The discussion in the recording occurred only days after the United States and Russia announced a ceasefire agreement in Geneva