Kerry to PLO Boss: Stay Strong, Trump Won't Be in the White House Next Year

When Senator Tom Cotton and other Senate Republicans merely sent a letter to Iran informing the terror regime that Obama's Iran deal wasn't law, the left began howling about Logan Act violations. And Twitter's Blue Checkmarks barked furiously about how they had never seen such an outrageous undermining of a sitting president. Except you know, John Kerry has made a career of it.

After negotiating with Israel on behalf of the Islamic terrorists of the PLO, then going on an Israel bashing spree, it's no surprise that John Kerry is still mad. But some of these reported statements are Logan Act violations.

During the conversation, according to the report, Kerry asked Agha to convey a message to Abbas and ask him to “hold on and be strong.” Tell him, he told Agha, “that he should stay strong in his spirit and play for time, that he will not break and will not yield to President [Donald] Trump’s demands.”

Abbas is the head of the PLO terrorist organization. And its Palestinian Authority front group.

Kerry's interference here is blatant and obvious. He's actively disrupting peace negotiations while urging the terrorists not to negotiate.

According to Kerry, Trump will not remain in office for a long time. It was reported that Kerry said that within a year there was a good chance that Trump would not be in the White House.

The obvious question is does Kerry believe that, in the way that so many CNN and Washington Post listeners and readers do, or, as the guy close to the center of Obama Inc's eavesdropping efforts, does he actually know?

But while Obama and Kerry spied on the Israelis to protect Iran, if this report is correct, Kerry entrusted confidential info to terrorists whom Israel monitors very closely. He might as well have hand delivered it to Netanyahu.

According to the report, when referring to the president, Kerry used highly derogatory terms. Kerry offered to help create an alternative peace initiative and promised to help garner international support from Europeans, Arab states and the international community.

I'm sure it will work as well as the last one.

He surprised his interlocutor by saying he was seriously considering running for president in 2020. When asked about his advanced age, he said he was not much older than Trump and would not have an age problem.

Age really won't be the problem there. The stench of failure might.

The only thing better would be a Kerry-Hillary ticket.