Secretary of State John Kerry got upset that Obama was stealing the treason spotlight from him on the Cuban getaway. So he decided to pull a Sean Penn and meet with a Marxist terror group that is on his own State Department's list of Terror organizations.
Here's the terror group's Twitter account promoting the meeting. FARC is a Marxist terror group that has kidnapped and murdered Americans.
This is treason. But it's also John Kerry. Accusing him of treason at this late date, after his Viet Cong work and his Sandinista lobbying and his courting of Assad is practically redundant.
Members of Farc’s ruling secretariat, including rebel leader Rodrigo “Timochenko” Londono, gave Kerry an signed copy of the Spanish-language book Resistance of a People in Arms, a compilation of the personal diaries and letters of Farc founder Manuel “Sureshot” Marulanda, who died in 2008 at age 78.
The DEA placed a $5 million reward on Marulanda's head. Because in addition to their terrorism, kidnapping and murder of Americans, FARC is very involved in the drug trade.
Here's information from the State Department's own website explaining why Kerry shouldn't be meeting with FARC members or accepting the diaries of their leader.
In addition to its attacks on Colombian military, political and economic targets, the FARC's various fronts are deeply involved in narcotics trafficking, kidnapping for ransom, extortion, murder and other criminal activities.
Pedro Antonio MARIN, also known as "Manuel MARULANDA-Velez," also known as "Tirofijo," was the founder of the FARC and Head of Secretariat, and as such was responsible for overseeing all meetings of the Secretariat and Estado Mayor. He was the ultimate decision maker who decided to approve the FARC’s expanded efforts into cocaine trafficking and set the FARC’s cocaine policies directing and controlling (i) the production, manufacture, and distribution of hundreds of tons of cocaine to the United States and the world
Kerry might want to get on the phone and erase that inconvenient information. Also here's some information from the Department of State on Kerry's new pal, Rodrigo.
BUREAU OF INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS AND LAW ENFORCEMENT AFFAIRS
Rodrigo LONDONO-Echeverry, also known as "Timochenko” and "Timoleon JIMENEZ" was a Secretariat Member and Advisor to Magdalena Medio Bloc. He set the FARC’s cocaine policies directing and controlling (i) the production, manufacture, and distribution of hundreds of tons of cocaine to the United States and the world; (ii) the "taxation" of the drug trade in Colombia to raise funds for the FARC; and, (iii) the murder of hundreds of people who violated or interfered with the FARC’s cocaine policies. In 2000, along with Pastor Alape, he ordered the Magdalena Medio Bloc to retake coca territory, shoot down fumigation aircrafts, increase coca production, kidnap United States citizens, and to kill farmers who sold cocaine paste to non-FARC buyers. After the death of Guillermo Leon Saenz-Vargas, also known as “Alfonso Cano,” in November 2011, LONDONO-Echeverry was tapped to be the head of the FARC in Colombia.
The U.S. Department of State is offering a REWARD OF UP TO $5 MILLION for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of Rodrigo LONDONO-Echeverry.
Someone please inform the Department of State that this wanted Marxist terrorist druglord can be found in the vicinity of their corrupt treasonous Secretary of State. You may get a $5 million reward.
Also be sure to find out if there's a reward for turning in Kerry for treason, consorting with terror groups and wanted fugitives.
Here's the reaction of Colombians to our dirty, corrupt administration.
#KerryConTerroristasNo what is the difference between FARC and Chapo Guzmán? FARC produce more coca and has a lot of more victims— Fernando Araújo (@FNAraujoR) March 21, 2016
@JohnKerry FARC members that have committed crimes against humanity must not have political eligibility.— ivan duque (@idumaes) March 21, 2016
#KerryConTerroristasNo KerryDialogaCon Issis?— linatime1 (@linatime1) March 21, 2016
#KerryConTerroristasNo FARC today, Al-Quaeda tomorrow?— Fernando Araújo (@FNAraujoR) March 21, 2016
But not to be outdone, Obama attended a baseball game with Castro and FARC terrorists.