Another Leaked Audio: John Kerry Tells Syrian “Revolutionaries” He Was Pushing For US Bomb Attacks On Syria In 2016

(Patriot Insider) – John Kerry is easily one of the most unlikable, corrupt politicians in the Washington DC swamp. Democrats, however, know they can trust Kerry to take care of their dirty work.

That’s why Joe Biden appointed him as the man to travel around the world and give lectures on climate change propaganda while flying around in one of his private jets.

Earlier this week, audio was leaked revealing that Kerry, who was Obama’s Secretary of State at the time, had informed Iran’s foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif of Israel’s covert operations in Syria.

In the audio, Zarif said he was shocked by Kerry’s information on Israel’s over 200 attacks on Iranian targets in Syria.

The leaked audio was obtained by numerous outlets including The New York Times and the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh effectively confirmed the tape’s authenticity.

This, however, was not the only time Kerry ratted on allies for the benefit of foreign entities.

In 2016, when he was making a mess of foreign affairs under Obama, another Kerry audio tape was leaked. This time he was caught telling Syrian revolutionaries, “I lost the argument for use of force in Syria.”

His comments came during a meeting at the Dutch Mission to the United Nations on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. The audio proves just how much goes on outside of the view of the American people and outside of “official” meetings.

Originally the audio was leaked to The New York Times in late September of 2016 which only transcribed parts of it, CNN also covered the audio.

At the time, Kerry was pushing for a more aggressive approach in dealing with Syria. He was advocating for more US bomb attacks in Syria. The audio took place just days after the US and Russia announced a ceasefire agreement in Geneva.

Kerry told the Syrians that “Russians don’t care about international law and we do. As we don’t have a basis, our lawyers tell us, unless we have a Security Council resolution.”

He asserted that “they were invited in” referring to Moscow’s military operations in Syria and added that the US was not.

“We don’t behave like Russians. It’s just a different standard,” Kerry said.

“The only reason they are letting us fly is because we are going after ISIL,” Kerry said, “If we were going after Assad, we would have to take out all the air defenses and we don’t have a legal justification for doing that.”

Kerry added, “So far, American legal theory does not buy into the so-called right to protect.”

“Nobody (is) more frustrated than me,” Kerry told the group.

State Department spokesman John Kirby told CNN that he would not comment on a “private conversation” but that Kerry was grateful for the opportunity to “meet with this group of Syrians, to hear their concerns firsthand and to express our continued focus on ending this civil war.”

Apparently, Kerry wanted to end the civil war by bombing the heck out of Syria. Something that the US government did not support.

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