“No comment” is the Biden administration’s motto, but information regarding former Secretary of State and current Biden administration cabinet member John Kerry is too big, and perhaps too treasonous, to ignore. In leaked recordings obtained by the New York Times and Iran International in London, Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif is heard saying he received intel from John Kerry.
“It was former US Foreign Secretary John Kerry who told me Israel had launched more than 200 attacks on Iranian forces in Syria,” said Zarif. The comments were made by Zarif in a March interview with an Iranian journalist. The interview was supposed to stay concealed until August when President Hassan Rouhani leaves office.
When asked about the very serious matter of a current Biden administration informing Iran about hundreds of covert Israeli attacks, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki only had this to say: “We’re not going to comment on leaked tapes.” The White House has declined any further response.
Experts and politicians are now calling for an investigation “into Kerry’s apparent decision to hand over a U.S. ally’s confidential security information to the Iranian regime” reports Foreign Desk News. Former Secretary of state Mike Pompeo who held Kerry’s position in the Trump administration told The Free Beacon, “before we cut a deal with Iran that reduces Americans’ security, it would be good to know what the arrangement, if any, may have been between these two leaders.”
In a tweet on Monday, Kerry denied all allegations: “I can tell you that this story and these allegations are unequivocally false. This never happened – either when I was Secretary of State or since.” Former U.S. ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said, “this is disgusting on many levels. Biden and Kerry have to answer for why Kerry would be tipping off Iran, the number one sponsor of terror, while stabbing one of our greatest partners, Israel, in the back.”
This is not the first time a suspicious friendly relationship between Kerry and Iran has been publicized. “In February, The Washington Times reported that Kerry and Special Envoy for Iran Robert Malley met with Zarif throughout Trump’s presidency in an attempt to subvert Trump’s policy towards Iran” reports Foreign Desk News.