Leaked John Kerry Audio Reveals SHOCKING Statement About America’s Fighting Forces
For reasons unknown – at least at this point – The New York Times released an audio recording of Secretary of State John Kerry as he was discussing U.S. strategy in Syria, which not only explains the policy that led to the rise of ISIS, the involvement of Russia and the utter mendacity of the Obama administration’s real goal in the Middle East.
The release of the audio, on September 30, 2016, was timed to be overlooked in the midst of the heated presidential campaign, and has been ignored by the mainstream media for the past three-months as the debates, Wikileaks releases, election and the post-election reactions of the Democrats that included riots, demands for recounts, challenges in court and efforts to pressure members of the electoral college to vote against the results within their states.
Now, as the Obama administration is more involved with attempts to whitewash the outgoing president’s legacy than actual governance, and Kerry has drawn harsh criticism for a rambling near-90-minute screed against Israel, the recording may receive the attention it should have merited in September.
The 40-minute recording is of a meeting that at the Dutch Mission to the United Nations on September 22 and is believed to have been with around two-dozen members of a U.S.-backed Syrian opposition group of civilians involved with education and medical service in ISIS-held regions in Syria.
Kerry is adamant throughout the meeting that the U.S. cannot put troops on the ground because Congress and the American people will not approve it, repeatedly telling them that the matter is “complicated.”
At one telling point, Kerry reveals that the entrance of Russia on the side of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has “changed the equation.”
The recording supports the belief that the goal of the Obama administration was always the ouster of al-Assad even if it meant supporting the rebels who eventually morphed into ISIS, including providing the with guns through the consulate in Benghazi.
The compound was attacked on September 11, 2012 in a planned assault that resulted in the murder of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, Information Officer Sean Smith, and former Navy SEALS, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, who were serving with the CIA at the time.
The Obama White House and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told the families of those who were killed, as well as the American people, that the attack was a “spontaneous response to an anti-Muslim video on youtube” – a patently false excuse they kept up for several weeks afterward.