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Leaked audio contradicts John Kerry’s excuse for leaking Israeli State secrets to Iran

April 30, 2021

Earlier this week newly leaked audio dropped the bombshell news that John Kerry, while Secretary of State, gave Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif information about secret Israeli military actions in Syria. Since that time the State Department has been making excuses for John Kerry by basically saying it is no big deal because Iran knew about actions anyway.

However, this same leaked audio contradicts the lame excuse the State Department has been throwing around. Javad Zariff did not know about the Israeli strikes until John Kerry told him. Here is more:

Leaked audiotape of Iranian foreign minister Javad Zarif indicates he had no knowledge of covert Israeli military strikes before former secretary of state John Kerry provided him with the information, new details that contradict the State Department’s recent defense of Kerry.

The New York Times reported that Zarif said on the tape that Kerry told him Israel launched 200 airstrikes against Iranian interests in Syria. The Times did not provide further details on that issue.

Stop the presses! The New York Times did not report all the details of the audio, shocking! Why would that be? Let us read on and see:

 But an independent translation of the audiotape commissioned by the Washington Free Beacon shows that Zarif went on to clarify that he had no prior knowledge of these Israeli strikes before Kerry told him.

“Kerry told me that Israel had launched 200 airstrikes against you [Iran],” said Zarif. “You didn’t know?” asked his interviewer. “No, no,” he replied.

These new details contradict top State Department officials, who have repeatedly said the information was already in the public domain and not classified.

There are only two possible reasons why the New York Times left out this little detail, either the paper was trying to set him up or it was trying to protect him. Seeing as John Kerry is a liberal Democrat the first option is eliminated, so that means the paper was trying to protect him and is it not ironic that in trying to protect John Kerry they exposed him as a liar? Maybe this was all just a botched joke…

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