Kerry and his Iranian in-law relatives. Could he be black mailed?


What is with our Secretary of State? The feigned outrage at the GOP  sending a letter to Iran. For once,would the GOP turn the tables and go after Kerry? First of all, Kerry has no business even being in his position with family members living in Iran and being subject to black mail. I already covered how the Dems undercut Bush’s Syrian policy in the post Kerry,Clinton’s sorry Syrian policy has led to this?

But let us look at this earlier post. Is Kerry being blackmailed with his Iranian family ties?

“I am proud of the Iranian-Americans in my own family, and grateful for how they have enriched my life,” Kerry said in the official statement. Kerry also said he was “strongly committed to resolving” the differences between the United States and the Islamic Republic of Iran, “to the mutual benefit of both of our people.”

Anyone who has been around my blog knows I have been outraged that Iranian born Jarrett who still has friends in Iran has not been fully exposed for who she is, let us recall this information about Kerry, and his daughter’s husband’s family who happens to live in Iran. How in the world did Kerry even get a security clearance. Maybe again, another desert lover due to his ties.

“But what if the regime simply decides to round up Nahed’s family members and torture them? Or sends its goons to visit them at home? Or exerts some form of more subtle pressure on them that gets no publicity, and then makes it known they want the United States to release Iranians jailed in the United States on terrorism charges or for attempting to procure weapons technology or military spare parts”?

Our patriot Kerry:

Kerry exposes Iranian family tie — and subjects family to blackmail

In a greeting to the Iranian people (do check out the greeting-unbelievable) on the occasion of the traditional New Year (Nowruz) holiday last week, Secretary of State John Kerry exposed a secret that journalists and academics have been agonizing over for the past six weeks: the fact that his daughter has married an Iranian-American who has extensive family ties to Iran.

“I am proud of the Iranian-Americans in my own family, and grateful for how they have enriched my life,” Kerry said in the official statement. Kerry also said he was “strongly committed to resolving” the differences between the United States and the Islamic Republic of Iran, “to the mutual benefit of both of our people.”

Since its inception, the FBI has vetted U.S. government officials involved in national security issues, and it generally won’t grant clearances to individuals who are married to nationals of an enemy nation or have family members living in that country, for fear of divided loyalties or, more simply, blackmail.

Kerry has repeatedly appeared with groups such as the American Iranian Council (AIC), and has taken money from Iranian-Americans for his political campaigns, including at least one illegal donation from an Iranian woman who did not have a green card.

Among Sen. John Kerry’s top fund-raisers are three Iranian-Americans who have been pushing for dramatic changes in U.S. policy toward the Islamic Republic of Iran.

So he didn’t need to have an Iranian-American family member to believe that the United States should forge direct relations with the Islamic Republic or ease U.S. pressure on the regime.

Read more: Daily Caller

24 Responses to “Kerry and his Iranian in-law relatives. Could he be black mailed?”

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  6. Always On Watch Says:

    Gad! Worse upon worse.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      True AOW, so very true.

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  7. Steve Dennis Says:

    Great job in connecting the dots!

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  8. Mustang Says:

    John Kerry: decorated hero who somehow managed to shoot himself with an M-79 grenade launcher. If America had a just society, this barf-bag would be inside a federal prison playing truth or dare with the mass murderer everyone calls Bubba.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      And he would be able to wave to Pant suits through the women’s bars.

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      • the unit Says:

        I be topsy turvy I think…was trying to associate this with Carville saying wave a hundred dollar bill in a trailer park. 🙂

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  9. Jersey McJones Says:

    Administrator edited the comment.No more insulting readers.
    The Iranians alI know are all good people,
    JMJ

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    • Jersey McJones Says:

      Gutless.

      JMJ

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  10. Angel Says:

    he is one sick puppy my friend and so utterly dangerous…sigh…………….

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    • bunkerville Says:

      More dangerous perhaps than Clinton, though close to a tie.

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  11. Petermc3 Says:

    Let’s just be glad Kerry has no relatives in The Forbidden City 🎎

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Now that is a wise thought!

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  12. Laura Bernard Mielcarek Says:

    “Kerry also said he was “strongly committed to resolving” the differences between the United States and the Islamic Republic of Iran, “to the mutual benefit of both of our people.” ”

    Who says we have to do this? Sometimes differences are too great and cannot, more importantly – should not – be resolved. Especially if one side – us – has to make too many concessions.

    Now, as for Kerry – and Jarrett, and everyone else who has close ties to enemy nations – why are they in positions of power in the first place? PC will be the ruin of us all.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Almost more than one can take don’t you think? Wacko birds indeed.

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      • Laura Bernard Mielcarek Says:

        Love how Kerry agreed with those 47 Senators and said, “We are not negotiating a legally binding agreement…”

        hehe

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      • bunkerville Says:

        What the double H is he doing then?

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      • Laura Bernard Mielcarek Says:

        I really don’t know. It’s an ‘executive agreement’ not a treaty. Sounds to me like a handshake deal. Which is only good if both people are trustworthy. Iran isn’t and neither is this administration.

        Is it all for appearances?

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      • the unit Says:

        It’s a agreement of the moment. The morning will tell…

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      • Laura Bernard Mielcarek Says:

        I just had a terrible, wacky, conspiracy-theory thought. What if it’s all a ruse to draw us into war? The whole thing – ‘fake’ treaty talks with iran, the letter by the senators. Negotiations fail and we are left with no options except military ones?

        Nah, that’s too far-fetched. Never-mind….😉

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