International Circle Jerk

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Not even Obama’s ambassadors got as many hallelujahs as Haley. Suzy Five Shows got a lot of coverage for lying on television. Samantha Power was barely mentioned, yet every time Noisy Nikki opened her mouth the press reported her comments in a favorable light. Obviously, press barons know that pumping up Democrat ambassadors to make the U.N. look good is a waste of time; so they decided to try a Republican as the best way to bullshit the public into believing the U.N. is this country’s best friend.​

President Trump Should Put A Gag On Nikki Haley

Haley was at again on last night’s Special Report. Her use of Victoria’s pronoun was the first thing I noticed in the video. She combines “we” meaning the International Community, and “we” meaning the U.S. as though the two are one. Notice that Haley implies the U.S. cannot achieve anything without the International community’s approval:


Let me point out that it was John Kerry who came to then-Governor Haley’s aid:

Kerry sent one of his top lieutenants to Spartanburg earlier this week to try to quell the uprising.​

Nikki Haley welcomes Muslim refugees​
Posted By Leo Hohmann On 08/28/2015 @ 8:23 pm​
If anything, Haley should have slammed John Kerry for promoting the Iran Nuclear Deal that led to his latest betrayal. She did not.

Haley was born in 1972; so maybe she is not old enough to remember that Kerry betrayed this country in 1971. He is doing it again. Ari Fleischer nailed Kerry pretty good, but it was William McGurn who cited Kerry’s first treason. Move the cursor to 4:20:

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John Kerry engaging in shadow diplomacy?


Finally, maybe somebody should put a gag on Trump. Next week he will deliver a speech to the U.N. General Assembly. Note that the General Assembly’s auditorium is round so they can more easily engage in circle jerks:

circle jerk
1.) When a group of males sit in a circle, jerking each other off.​
2.) *NOT* when a group of males stand in a circle to jerk off onto a cookie or anything of the sort. That retarded frat game is called "Limp Biscuit"... which kind of indirectly explains why the band of the same namesake is so fucking horrible.​
3.) When a bunch of blowhards - usually politicians - get together for a debate but usually end up agreeing with each other's viewpoints to the point of redundancy, stroking each other's egos as if they were extensions of their genitals (ergo, the mastubatory insinuation). Basically, it's what happens when the choir preaches to itself.
4.) A game on MXC that's based on sumo wrestling. Beware the Green Teabagger.​

Urban Dictionary: circle jerk

p.s. Every public official who legitimates the U.N. commits treason. That includes presidents who deliver a State of the World address to the U.N. the same way they deliver State of the Union addresses every year. In that sense, President “Make The United Nations Great Again” is worse than John Kerry. Sad to say, this country’s enemies cheer the loudest for American presidents.
 
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If anything, Haley should have slammed John Kerry for promoting the Iran Nuclear Deal that led to his latest betrayal.
To hell with the Logan Act.

John Kerry Admits to Meeting With Iran About Nuclear Deal, Lawmakers Accuse Him of Violating Logan Act​
Cortney O'Brien​
Posted: Sep 12, 2018 4:00 PM​

Treason is the crime. Should a few young Americans read about unpunished treason committed in a long ago war I can only pray that John Kerry’s part in bringing defeat to his own country is included. Of all the Vietnam War traitors Kerry rose to the highest levels. Convicting Kerry of treason after all of these years will do more to heal the wounds inflicted on this country by American Communists than will putting Hillary Clinton in jail for her crimes:

In the 1970's, he testified against his fellow Vietnam War veterans before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. He charged that they were violating the Geneva Conventions every day in Vietnam. Some POWs were outraged at Kerry's disloyal statements. They said they had been tortured by their Communist captors trying to force them to make such untrue statements.​
Worse, Kerry went to Paris in 1971. There, he met with North Vietnamese Communists. We need to see all his notes from those meetings. Any negotiation between a private U.S. citizen and a foreign power is illegal. It violates the Logan Act of 1798. Did Kerry demand of the North Vietnamese Communists that they abide by the Geneva Convention? Or is that only a demand he made of his fellow Americans?​
We do not charge Kerry with treason in the statements and actions he engaged in then. Treason consists of giving aid and comfort to the enemies of the United States. But this country has set a very high bar for conviction for treason -- ever since the Burr Treason Trial of 1807. Nonetheless, we do say Kerry's actions and statements then were not those to which America's top diplomat should be linked. What was he thinking?​

December 22, 2012​
Question John Kerry Long and Hard!​
By Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison​

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. . . Kerry himself acknowledged that his visit to Paris was “on the borderline” of legality. Actually, it extended far beyond that “borderline.” A federal law known as the Uniform Code of Military Justice prescribed severe punishment (including, in some cases, the death penalty) for any person who “without proper authority, knowingly harbors or protects or gives intelligence to or communicates or corresponds with or holds any intercourse with the enemy, either directly or indirectly.”​
During the ensuing months, Kerry, with increasing stridency, continued to exhort the U.S. to accept the Viet Cong peace proposals. His radical VVAW comrades went so far as to sign a “People’s Peace Treaty,” whose nine points were all extracted from a list of Viet Cong conditions for ending the war. Kerry fully supported this treaty.​
On April 22, 1971, Kerry famously testified to the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations that many U.S. servicemen in Vietnam had “personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam in addition to the normal ravage of war …” “We learned the meaning of free fire zones,” added Kerry. “Shooting anything that moves, and we watched while America placed a cheapness on the lives of Orientals.” Moreover, Kerry emphasized that America's “war crimes” in Southeast Asia were “not isolated incidents but crimes committed on a day-to-day basis with the full awareness of officers at all levels of command.”​
Army reports that were unearthed decades later resoundingly discredited the claims of Kerry and his fellow VVAW members, proving those claims to be essentially a pack of lies. When Kerry was running for U.S. President in 2004, the publication U.S. Veteran Dispatch noted that Kerry’s 1971 Senate testimony had “occurred while some of his fellow Vietnam veterans were known by the world to be enduring terrible suffering as prisoners of war in North Vietnamese prisons.” Similarly, retired General George S. Patton III charged that Kerry’s actions had given “aid and comfort to the enemy.” And the organization Vietnam Veterans Against John Kerry stated:​
“As a national leader of VVAW, Kerry campaigned against the effort of the United States to contain the spread of Communism. He used the blood of servicemen still in the field for his own political advancement by claiming that their blood was being shed unnecessarily or in vain.... Under Kerry’s leadership, VVAW members mocked the uniform of United States soldiers by wearing tattered fatigues marked with pro-communist graffiti. They dishonored America by marching in demonstrations under the flag of the Viet Cong enemy.”​

John Kerry: Obama’s “Perfect Choice” For Secretary of State​
December 22, 2012 By John Perazzo​
 
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To hell with the Logan Act.

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Treason is the crime.
There is not a chance John Kerry will go to jail:

Kerry has always been an arrogant and aloof man. During his long career on Capitol Hill, Senate colleagues on both sides of the aisle described him as the least-liked senator, an opinion repeatedly affirmed by his own office staff during his long career. He is disdainful of democracy. Simply put, he sees himself as above the law, deserving of privilege and special dispensation not only when he is in government, but also as a private citizen.​

John Kerry deserves jail for secret Iran diplomacy​
by Michael Rubin​
September 13, 2018 11:31 AM​

NOTE: Kerry should be disdainful of democracy. The problem with Kerry’s arrogance is that he betrays his country for something worse.

Democracy is always going towards something worse; never towards liberty.​
John Kerry, Hillary Clinton, et al. will never be charged with treason let alone do jail time because treason is too big to prosecute:

Hillary might pay the price for the Steele Dossier because that is a straightforward crime, while she always knew she was too big to prosecute for espionage and/or treason. In short: Those two crimes are too big to prosecute if you are a federal government official. Alger Hiss was the closest the DoJ ever came to nailing a high-ranking traitor, and he only got caught for perjury. The federal government will never again allow one of their own to get that close to a treason trial. Hillary knew that going in. That knowledge is why she laughed it off after she committed treason with impunity.​

Pages And Pages Of Whitewash

p.s. Treason is a crime during peacetime (undeclared war) as well as a crime in a declared war.
 
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John Kerry, Hillary Clinton, et al. will never be charged with treason let alone do jail time because treason is too big to prosecute:
This is the worst penalty Kerry will ever pay for treason:

“It’s one thing to meet with your counterparts, it’s another thing to do what Secretary Kerry, [former Under Secretary of State] Wendy Sherman, [former Energy Secretary] Ernest Moniz, frankly the whole gang has done, which is to actively seek to undermine what President Trump is trying to achieve. It’s okay to talk with them, but you have to be working for America, working for American foreign policy. And they are not. They are working for the foreign policy that is theirs, not the one that belongs to the United States.”​
Ingraham later asked Pompeo about the possibility of pursuing “some type of legal action” against Kerry and others.​
“I will leave the legal actions to others,” Pompeo said. “I am trying to execute American’s foreign policy, and they are not only unhelpful but acting in ways that are harmful to achieving what’s best for the American people, and that’s my criticism. Stop it and let it go. You had your day. We think you fundamentally got it wrong with Iran, and we’re trying to make it right.”​

‘You Had Your Day’ — Mike Pompeo Rips John Kerry For Refusing To ‘Get Off The Stage’​
11:13 PM 09/19/2018​
Scott Morefield | Reporter​
It is shameful that nobody will make it right for all the men who died in Vietnam after John Kerry et al. prolonged the war long enough to bring defeat to his own country :

Next to the Vietnam Wall, we need a John Kerry/Fonda Wall of Shame listing those who prominently blasphemed the Vietnam GI. And let’s add the names of every member of Congress who voted in December 1974 to betray our allies and leave them to be slaughtered by an evil, vicious enemy.​

'Beyond shameful': Don't fall for this deceitful Vietnam flick​
Posted By Maj. Gen. Patrick Brady On 11/01/2017 @ 7:24 pm​
 
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It is shameful that nobody will make it right for all the men who died in Vietnam after John Kerry et al. prolonged the war long enough to bring defeat to his own country :


US and Cuba no longer 'prisoners of history', says John Kerry – video​
John Kerry praises the restoration of diplomatic relations between the US and Cuba as the American flag is once again flown over the US embassy in Havana. Presiding over the flag-raising ceremony on Friday, the US secretary of state says the two countries are no longer ‘prisoners of history’, and calls Cuba a ‘neighbour’ of the United States, rather than an enemy or rival​

US embassy in Cuba formally reopens: 'A day for pushing aside old barriers'​
Tom McCarthy in New York​
Fri 14 Aug 2015 13.47 EDT​

Opening the U.S. Embassy was Kerry’s reward to Cuba for its contribution to the Vietnam War:

The death of communist tyrant Fidel Castro has yielded much-deserved coverage of the monstrous nature of his tyrannical rule.​
What has gone virtually unreported, however, is the direct and instrumental role Castro played in the torture and murder of American POWs in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. The story of Castro’s atrocities against American soldiers in this conflict is rarely ever told, least of all by our mainstream media.​
During the Vietnam War, Castro sent a gang of his henchmen to run the “Cuban Program” at the Cu Loc POW camp in Hanoi, which became known as “the Zoo.” As Stuart Rochester and Frederick Kiley have documented in their book Honor Bound in a chapter entitled “The Zoo, 1967–1969: The Cuban Program and Other Atrocities,” one of the primary objectives of this “program” was to determine how much physical and psychological agony a human being could withstand.​
Castro selected American POWs as his guinea pigs. A Cuban nicknamed “Fidel,” the main torturer at the Zoo, initiated his own personal reign of terror. He was described in documents based on POW debriefings as “a professional who was trained in psychology and prison control in Russia or Europe.”​
Among Fidel’s torture techniques were beatings and whippings over every part of his victims’ bodies, without remission.​
Former POW John Hubbell describes the horrifying ordeal of Lt. Col. Earl Cobeil, an F-105 pilot, as Fidel forced him into the cell of fellow POW Col. Jack Bomar:​
The man [Cobeil] could barely walk; he shuffled slowly, painfully. His clothes were torn to shreds. He was bleeding everywhere, terribly swollen, and a dirty, yellowish black and purple from head to toe. The man’s head was down; he made no attempt to look at anyone. . . . He stood unmoving, his head down. Fidel smashed a fist into the man’s face, driving him against the wall. Then he was brought to the center of the room and made to get down onto his knees. Screaming in rage, Fidel took a length of black rubber hose from a guard and lashed it as hard as he could into the man’s face. The prisoner did not react; he did not cry out or even blink an eye. His failure to react seemed to fuel Fidel’s rage and again he whipped the rubber hose across the man’s face. . . . Again and again and again, a dozen times, Fidel smashed the man’s face with the hose. Not once did the fearsome abuse elicit the slightest response from the prisoner. . . . His body was ripped and torn everywhere; hell cuffs appeared almost to have severed the wrists, strap marks still wound around the arms all the way to the shoulders, slivers of bamboo were embedded in the bloodied shins and there were what appeared to be tread marks from the hose across the chest, back, and legs.​
Earl Cobeil died as a result of Fidel’s torture.​
Maj. James Kasler was another of Fidel’s victims, although he survived the torture:​
He [Fidel] deprived Kasler of water, wired his thumbs together, and flogged him until his “buttocks, lower back, and legs hung in shreds.” During one barbaric stretch he turned Cedric [another torturer] loose for three days with a rubber whip. . . . the PW [POW] was in a semi-coma and bleeding profusely with a ruptured eardrum, fractured rib, his face swollen and teeth broken so that he could not open his mouth, and his leg re-injured from attackers repeatedly kicking it.​
Castro’s reign of terror against American POWs in Vietnam was just another grotesque reflection of the communist dictator’s barbarism and sadism. After the end of the war, U.S. investigators launched a manhunt for the Cuban program torturers. In the midst of their hunt, investigators cataloged over 2,000 Cubans who were in North Vietnam during the late 1960s. Unfortunately, officials failed to positively identify the torturers at “the Zoo” at that time.​
Today, some evidence suggests that some of the Cuban Program torturers may be living in the United States. The investigations and pursuits of these monsters continues – and it is never too late, we may hope, with Donald Trump entering office, to bring them to justice. But it will require intense effort on our part. It is the least we can do for Lt. Col. Earl Cobeil, and for all those who shared his torment and pain at the hands of Fidel and his communist monsters.​
Castro’s Torture of American POWs in Vietnam​
September 25, 2018​
Jamie Glazov​
 
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Opening the U.S. Embassy was Kerry’s reward to Cuba for its contribution to the Vietnam War:
Had he been sent to prison for life where he belonged he would not have his wife’s yacht to play with:

In 1969, John Kerry accused the U.S. military of terrorism and war crimes in Vietnam. In 2003, Kerry described the U.S. military in Iraq as terrorists.​
This week, Kerry appeared on CNN's The Lead with Jake Tapper to peddle his new book, Every Day Is Extra. Kerry took time off from trying to undermine U.S. policy toward Iran and playing with his yacht to inform us that Teddy Kennedy, also known as Teddy the Swimmer, "owned up" to Chappaquiddick:​
He stood up and owned moments where he knew he'd stepped over the line, so I think that – and he wasn't about to be nominated to a lifetime position, in fact, he said to the people of Massachusetts, if you think I shouldn't stay here, then, you know – he took those returns and then he was elected another six times.​
Leaving Mary Jo Kopechne in a submerged car to die, while Teddy waited about ten hours before reporting to the police, is known to Kerry as "stepping over the line." If you drive while intoxicated into a pond, leaving a woman in the car to die of asphyxiation, and wait ten hours to call the police, you should be charged with manslaughter, homicide by vehicle while intoxicated, driving under the influence, and other crimes. But Teddy pleaded guilty only to leaving the scene of an accident, with a suspended two-month jail sentence.​
Kerry said this in response to Tapper's comment:​
I've heard Ted Kennedy's name invoked in the last week or two and Bill Clinton's name invoked in the last week or two by conservatives saying Democrats ceded the moral high ground on a lot of these sexual assault and sexual harassment issues by standing by people like Bill Clinton and Ted Kennedy because of the good things in their view that they did.​
Kerry, smirking and smarmy as ever, sought to give the impression that Kennedy "owned the moments" while Kavanaugh has not "owned" the accusations. There is a simple reason why Kavanaugh has not "owned" the accusations: he is innocent. There is no dispute about Teddy's conduct and Clinton's conduct, but the Kavanaugh accusations are not credible because they are false.​
According to Kerry, Teddy showed courage by running for office and leaving it to the Massachusetts voters whether to elect him. If Teddy had any principles and morals, he would have withdrawn from public office. If Kerry had any principles and morals, he would shut up and go play with his yacht.​

October 4, 2018​
John Kerry: Chappaquiddick is okay because Ted Kennedy 'owned up' to it​
By J. Marsolo​
 
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Treason is the crime. Should a few young Americans read about unpunished treason committed in a long ago war I can only pray that John Kerry’s part in bringing defeat to his own country is included. Of all the Vietnam War traitors Kerry rose to the highest levels. Convicting Kerry of treason after all of these years will do more to heal the wounds inflicted on this country by American Communists than will putting Hillary Clinton in jail for her crimes:
Thanks to Juan Williams’ seat on the panel I do not watch THE FIVE, but I hope Greg Gutfeld uses his TV microphone to remind everybody that John Kerry is still a traitor as well as the same liar he always was.

Kerry and his kind opposed the war in Vietnam under the pretext of stopping an unjust war. In truth Kerry & Company demonstrated against the war to prevent the U.S. military from defeating North Vietnam Communists. Kerry did not fight for freedom as he has been claiming after he committed treason in Paris in 1971:


Fox News host Greg Gutfeld got into a Twitter spat with former Secretary of State John Kerry over the weekend that ended with a dig at Kerry’s past.​
It began with Kerry using Twitter to criticize President Trump for canceling a Saturday scheduled trip to a World War I cemetery near Belleau Wood, France, citing rainy weather that would have created problems for the helicopters carrying the presidential delegation.​

“President @realDonaldTrump a no-show because of raindrops?” Kerry tweeted. “Those veterans the president didn’t bother to honor fought in the rain, in the mud, in the snow – & many died in trenches for the cause of freedom. Rain didn’t stop them & it shouldn’t have stopped an American president.”​

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President @realDonaldTrump a no-show because of raindrops? Those veterans the president didn’t bother to honor fought in the rain, in the mud, in the snow - & many died in trenches for the cause of freedom. Rain didn’t stop them & it shouldn’t have stopped an American president.​
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Fox News host Greg Gutfeld jumped in the fray by launching a verbal volley of his own at Kerry.​

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U didn't stop ISIS. you sent James Taylor. Plug your knothole, Captain Driftwood.​
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President @realDonaldTrump a no-show because of raindrops? Those veterans the president didn’t bother to honor fought in the rain, in the mud, in the snow - & many died in trenches for the cause of freedom. Rain didn’t stop them & it shouldn’t have stopped an American president.​
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“U didn’t stop ISIS. you sent James Taylor. Plug your knothole, Captain Driftwood,” Gutfeld tweeted, likely referencing the “Swift Boat” controversy that plagued Kerry during his 2004 run for the presidency.​
The next day, Kerry responded to Gutfeld by calling him a “complete fool.”​

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Happy Veterans Day, Greg. I’m glad that all of us who served in uniform fought to defend your freedom to be a complete fool on Twitter. #freedomisntfree​
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“Happy Veterans Day, Greg,” tweeted Kerry along with the hashtag #freedomisntfree. “I’m glad that all of us who served in uniform fought to defend your freedom to be a complete fool on Twitter.”​
Gutfeld’s responded with a link to the James Taylor video for “You’ve Got a Friend,” a reference to 2015, when Kerry brought Taylor to Paris to awkwardly sing the song to the French as a part of what critics considered the Obama “apology tour.”​

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Greg Gutfeld’s Zinger Over Trump Triggers John Kerry Into A Response​
8:39 PM 11/11/2018 | US​
Scott Morefield | Reporter​
 

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