|date:||10 September 2015 at 10:18|
|subject:||Fw: It's a Big Club and You Aren't In It!!!|
It’s a Big Club and You Aint in it.Conspiracy?No, it's right out there in the open. All you have to do is look at it.
IF YOU HAD A HUNCH THE NEWS SYSTEM WAS SOMEWHAT RIGGED AND YOU COULDN'T PUT YOUR FINGER ON IT, THIS MIGHT HELP YOU SOLVE THE PUZZLE.ABC News executive producer Ian Cameron is married to Susan Rice, National Security Adviser.CBS President David Rhodes is the brother of Ben Rhodes, Obama's Deputy National Security Adviser for Strategic Communications.ABC News correspondent Claire Shipman is married to former Whitehouse Press Secretary Jay CarneyABC News and Univision reporter Matthew Jaffe is married to Katie Hogan, Obama's Deputy Press SecretaryABC President Ben Sherwood is the brother of Obama's Special Adviser Elizabeth SherwoodCNN President Virginia Moseley is married to former Hillary Clinton's Deputy Secretary Tom Nides.And now you know why it is no surprise the media usually goes very easy on Obama's many errors.And That ain’t all:Hello, Is anybody listing out there?????The picture is the 2009 wedding of John Kerry's daughter Vanessa, why would we care? Let's see ~
- The groom is a Iranian born doctor.
- The best man is a Iranian.
- The best man's father is Mohammad Javad Zarif. Mohammad Javad Zarif is Kerry's counterpart in the Iranian nuclear negotiations. It sure looks like Zarif knows Kerry better than Kerry knew him!
Posted on March 30, 2013 by creeping via Secretary of State John Kerry demonstrates why Huma Abedin’s background mattered | Walid Shoebat.Here we have an example that demonstrates this reality further and it comes via Kenneth Timmerman, who has picked up on the fact that the Secretary of State – John Kerry – has a son-in-law with family still living in Iran . This reality could conceivably affect how Kerry deals with the Iranians.Via the Daily Caller:In a greeting to the Iranian people on the occasion of the traditional New Year (Nowruz) holiday last week, Secretary of State John Kerry exposed a secret that journalists and academics have been agonizing over for the past six weeks: the fact that his daughter has married an Iranian-American who has extensive family ties to Iran .“I am proud of the Iranian-Americans in my own family, and grateful for how they have enriched my life,”Kerry said in the official statement. Kerry also said he was “strongly committed to resolving” the differences between theUnited States and the Islamic Republic of Iran, “to the mutual benefit of both of our people.”Politicians like to keep their families off-limits to the press, a decorum enforced vigorously when it comes to politicianswho are in favor with the national media but ruthlessly discarded for others. But in Kerry’s case, there could be larger ramifications.Since its inception, the FBI has vetted U.S. government officials involved in national security issues,and it generally won’t grant clearances to individuals who are married to nationals of anenemy nation or have family members living in that country, for fear of divided loyalties or,more simply, blackmail.There it is. Certainly, everyone should be able to comprehend this concept without inserting race into their thought processes.Imagine a scenario in which a representative of Iran ’s mullahs approaches the State Department with a list of demands that,if not met, could have serious consequences for Kerry’s in-laws living in Iran .In the current political construct, such demands could conceivably involve the U.S. withholding money, weapons, or aid earmarked for a country like Egypt as tensions in the Middle East escalate. While that may not sound like a bad idea to those of us who understand the threat of the Muslim Brotherhood, shouldn't our Secretary of State’s sole interest be in lockstep with the interests of the United States ?