Much like Bernie Sanders playing the Russia card after flying a Soviet flag and honeymooning in the USSR, John Kerry tops the list of Democrat politicians who shouldn’t try to channel McCarthy. But there’s no stopping the guy who kowtowed to…
1. The Viet Cong
2. The Sandinistas
…and oh yes
(and I’m leaving out a bunch here, including FARC)
…from puffing up his chest, butching up his toupee and going on CBS News to wrap his treasonous tan in the flag.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry is blasting President Trump for his handling of Russia this week, calling Monday’s press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin “disgraceful.”
“I thought it was shocking,” Kerry said in an interview airing Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation.” “I found it to be one of the most disgraceful, remarkable moments of kowtowing to a foreign leader by an American president that anyone has ever witnessed.”
“It wasn’t just that it was a kind of surrender. It’s that it’s dangerous. The president stood there and did not defend our country. He stood there and did not defend the truth, did not defend the facts.”
This is coming from a guy who routinely undermined the White House with his outreach to Russian backed Marxist terrorists and dictators, who was known as one of the “’Dear Comandante’ Democrats,” for his kowtowing to a Moscow backed enemy of this nation, and whose administration spied on Americans to protect Iran.
Also, let’s not forget the time that Obama failed to vote for the US on a Cuba embargo resolution at the UN.
When it comes to kowtowing, only Carter could hold a candle to Obama. Let’s just consult the plethora of photos of Obama bowing to foreign leaders. That’s the literal meaning of kowtowing. And, to get even more literal, Obama bowed to China’s Hu Jintao. Kowtowing doesn’t get more literal than that.
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