Former Secretary of State John Kerry has recently been photographed while meeting with Iranian officials, probably to discuss the fallout of the nuclear deal.
This Saturday, John Kelly was spotted having a lunch with several Iranian regime officials in Paris, France.
Former senior advisor to President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, Jason Osborne, tweeted “So John Kerry just left a meeting @ L’Avenue in Paris w/3 Iranians. A friend was sitting next to their table and heard JK blasting @realDonaldTrump. The Iranians had a 5 person security detail and left in diplomatic vehicles. Is he FARA registered?”
So John Kerry just left a meeting @ L’Avenue in Paris w/3 Iranians. A friend was sitting next to their table and heard JK blasting @realDonaldTrump. The Iranians had a 5 person security detail and left in diplomatic vehicles. Is he FARA registered? @seanhannity @TuckerCarlson pic.twitter.com/vVYwDQTPNb
— Jason Osborne (@_JasonOsborne) May 12, 2018
— Jack Posobiec🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) May 13, 2018
“When I came in they were already there for a while so he was just talking about Trump and they were laughing and asking about Trump and women and talking about is Trump really rich or not” wrote Jack Posobiec in the comments section.
One of the Iran officials, the man with the over starched collar, was identified as Iran’s Minister of Foreign Affairs from 20 August 1997 to 24 August 2005 – Kamal Kharzai, appointed by Mohammad Khatami serving for eight years.
The other one behind the door looks like Abolghassem Delfi, the current Iran Ambassador to France.
This was not the first meeting John Kerry had with the Iranians. According to Boston Globe, Kerry has been also spotted before in New York City.
John Kerry’s suspicious behavior has been noticed by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, who recently retweeted the words “Logan Act Violation.”
The New York Post has reported that so far, no one has ever been convicted of violating the Logan Act.
“Lucky for John Kerry that no one has ever been convicted (or even prosecuted since 1852) for violating the 18th-century Logan Act, which bars private diplomacy against US interests.”
“Because what the former secretary of state has been doing to pressure President Trump against withdrawing from the Iran deal sure looks like a textbook violation.” wrote the NYP.