Kerry and Obama have their pens and telephones at the ready
Secretary of State John Kerry said from Egypt a day ago, “We have made some progress but there are still gaps, important gaps, and important choices that need to be made by Iran in order to move forward.”
Gaps? What gaps? Do you mean gaps like these?
The above article continues with this:
“Kerry, who travels to Lausanne, Switzerland, on Sunday for another round of talks with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, said he would seek to assure U.S. allies — Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia — and Zarif that Congress did not have the authority to change a deal.”
Who is John Kerry? You’re likely too young to know. I’m not. I remember well how he betrayed our country in violation of the Logan Act of 1799.
“In 1985, for example, then-freshman Senator John Kerry traveled to Nicaragua for a friendly get-together with the Sandinista president, Daniel Ortega. The position of the Reagan administration was to support the opposition Contras. Kerry wasn’t much interested in the administration’s position. Upon his return to the United States, Kerry met with President Reagan to convey a message from Ortega. Reagan “wasn’t thrilled,” Kerry later told the New York Times. This week, it’s Kerry’s turn to be less than thrilled.” NewsBusters.org:Chris Matthews Ignores How Then-Sen. Kerry Arguably Violated Logan Act
Before his election to the Senate, John Kerry violated the Logan Act when he met with North Vietnamese communists in 1971.
“Kerry met with representatives from “both delegations” of the Vietnamese in Paris in 1970, according to Kerry’s own testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on April 22, 1971. But Kerry’s meetings with the Vietnamese delegations were in direct violation of laws forbidding private citizens from negotiating with foreign powers, according to researcher and author Jerry Corsi, who began studying the anti-war movement in the early 1970s.” Front Page Magazine, March 12, 2015 by
“He shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur” US Constitution, Article II, Section 2, Paragraph 2
Among elected federal offices the U.S. Senate holds the highest authority over the Supreme Law of the Land. No treaty has the force of law without the approval of two-thirds of senators.
In summary, Mr. Kerry, there is no “deal” without the 2/3 majority agreement of our U.S. Senate.
We have a president who hates America and a Secretary of State who also hates America. What could go wrong?
Pray for the peace of Jerusalem. Ask God to have mercy on us.