Kerry Treason, Take II

After John Kerry returned home from Vietnam (he served there, you know) he organized a group of veterans into protesters and lied about the acts of American service members. He then met with the enemy in France though he had no authority to do so. His big thing then was that we needed to listen to them, understand them. Declassified documents from the era show that the North Vietnamese used the words of Kerry and other protesters to strengthen their positions. Kerry committed an act of treason and should never have been elected to office, and more appropriately should have gone to jail.

Fast forward to now and John Kerry, as a US Senator, is in Egypt where he is talking bad about the US and saying that we need to listen to and understand our enemies:

Kerry also told reporters in Cairo he believed U.S. policy in the Middle East was in trouble, partly because the United States had failed to listen to people in the region.

He cited Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s advice in 2002 that a U.S. invasion of Iraq would lead to disaster. “Frankly, more people should have listened to him,” he said after talks with Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif. al-Reuters

Here is John Kerry back on his blame America kick. It is our fault because we did not listen. I was listening on 9/11 and I heard the enemy loud and clear and i know what they intended by doing it. I have paid attention and I know that there are people who want to see the destruction of the US. Unfortunately, John Kerry is more than willing to help them do that.

Once a traitor, always a traitor.

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