Two stories - John Kerry

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Clueless twit.  To think that he actually tried to run for President. Idiot.
Story number one:  from FOX News:

Judicial Watch sues Biden admin over John Kerry's travel costs, calendar, staffer info
Government watchdog group Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit to obtain information and documents from Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry's office that have been hidden from public view.

Judicial Watch's lawsuit, which was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia last month, alleges that the State Department has blocked the group from obtaining basic information about the internal operations of Kerry's office in violation of the Freedom of Information Act. The 1967 law requires the federal government to disclose information and documents upon request.

"The American people have a right to know what John Kerry is up to, what we’re paying to fly him around the world, and who we pay to actually work for him," Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton said in a statement shared with Fox News Digital.

Kerry used to be Secretary of State during the Obama regime. What is he doing now?  Any unauthorized US Citizen acting in the interests of the USA is violating the Logan Act. A felony.

And story number two?  From The Washington Examiner:

Climate envoy John Kerry weighs departure as Republican wave looms
President Joe Biden’s special climate envoy John Kerry is weighing whether to depart the administration after the COP27 climate conference, according to a report.

The November elections could pose new challenges as Kerry seeks to navigate a political landscape dominated by global energy needs in the wake of Russia’s war in Ukraine and diminishing traction on cooperation with China, a significant fossil fuel emitter.

He faces the prospect of Republican-led inquiries in Congress if the party wins control in the midterm elections and scrutiny from climate activists frustrated by the scope of his progress.

Hoping to get out before he is prosecuted?  Hoping to avoid prosecution?  The punishment for treason is pretty straightforward.

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