Just like all of those summer reruns of our youth that we all used to hate, rumor now has it that ex-secretary of state, John Kerry-Heinz is once again making noise about challenging President Trump come 2020. Of course you’ll remember him as the fella who spent a very brief, yet very personally rewarding, time in Vietnam where he ‘earned’ more medals in the span four months than most of his fellow shipmates were able to earn in multiple tours of duty. And then after returning home Kerry-Heinz spent the majority of his time doing nothing more than to trash, in some of the most vile and disgusting ways, those who he left behind to do the fighting.
So anyway it was just this past Tuesday, while speaking before a gathering at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics, that John Kerry-Heinz shared at length some of his idiotic ‘thoughts’ regarding all that he sees as being so wrong with America today. One of the panelists taking part happened to mention the timing of his recently-published memoirs and asked him, “So, are you or aren’t you, and when will we know, and what are you thinking about – are you a candidate for 2020?” In what I can only assume was an attempt at Kerry-Heinz humor, he said. “I’m thinking about how the hell to get out from under that question fast. I really am.”
And it was then in what was apparently an attempt to strike a more serious, even ominous, tone Kerry-Heinz went on to say, “You know, I said I’m not going to eliminate – I’m not going to—uh, I’m not, I’m not taking anything off the table.” At the same time he pointed out that he has not been paying visits to “the most obvious states,” or laying groundwork for any potential bid. And he continued, saying, “Am I going to think about it? Yeah, I’m going to think about it.” And he said, “I’ve said that point-blank, simply because of all the things I’ve just talked about. If you care about these things, you have to think about it.” Oh, by all means, John.
Kerry-Heinz also said that, however, he was “perfectly ready to embrace somebody that I think can win, who wants to address all the issues that I just talked about and understands them.” And he added, “But I’m going to be very candid here – and some people who are thinking about it aren’t going to love me for it.” He said, “I don’t see the person yet that I’m prepared to say that about.” Kerry-Heinz then praised ‘Slow Joe’ Biden and ‘Nanny Mike’ Bloomberg, describing ‘Slow Joe’ as “clearly qualified, clearly great – he understands all these issues” and ‘Nanny Mike’ as being “terrific” on guns, climate change and inclusivity. Yup, that’s what we need!
Earlier in the event, Kerry-Heinz described himself “as invigorated, as energized as at any time in my life, because of what is happening and what is not happening in our country.” He spoke about domestic and foreign policy issues, including climate change, describing his early activism in advancing the scam. Kerry-Heinz has been a vocal ‘climate change/global warming’ zealot for decades, working very hard to convince as many Americans as he can that the bogus science behind this cockamamie theory is based on some sort of scientific fact, when in actuality it’s nothing more than a rather unconvincing work of science fiction.
Kerry-Heinz said, “I’m convinced there’s a vast majority in America that shares the values, shares the vision, wants to have multilateral engagement, wants to engage with other countries … wants common sense to apply to things that scientists tell us are happening.” And he said, “They’ve got to vote.” Kerry-Heinz said American “democracy right now is absolutely dysfunctional. It’s a disgrace.” And of course Kerry-Heinz directed pointed criticism at President Trump, accusing him of what he called the “hostile takeover of the Republican Party.” Only liberals, whether Democrats or RINOs, view Trump’s election as a hostile takeover of the party.
Kerry-Heinz said, “We have lost the ability in our country to ascertain the baseline of facts on which we are going to make decisions as a government.” He said, “I don’t know how you define yourself as the greatest negotiator in the world and then you just pull out of things,” citing the Paris climate accord, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal and the Iran nuclear deal. As you may recall, it was Kerry-Heinz who was instrumental in negotiations for both the Paris accord as well as in the pathetically one-sided Iran deal. Which easily explains much as to why it was that both of these exercises in incompetence had America taking it in the shorts.
Kerry-Heinz has been asked before about his intentions regarding 2020 but in recent months mostly called the issue a diversion and argued for everyone to focus on the midterm elections. Last September he appeared on ABC’s “The View” to promote his memoirs and said in response to a question about 2020, “I doubt I would be running for office again.” In a CBS interview that same month he did not directly deny having ambitions for another presidential campaign but also said that “talking about 2020 right now is a total distraction and waste of time,” saying he was “exclusively focused” on helping Democratic candidates in the midterms.
Kerry-Heinz is nothing more than an elitist low-life of the very worst kind. He left the Navy early and as a Reserve Naval Officer, and in clear violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) he traveled to Paris and met privately with the NVA and the Viet Cong. And then upon returning home he began spewing the Soviet line about the war and then testified before Congress comparing American soldiers to the hordes of Genghis Khan. He succeeded in taking an abbreviated tour of duty in Vietnam and working it into a mediocre 18 year career as a U.S. Senator before then becoming quite possibly the worst secretary of state in this country’s history.
And so it is then, that once again John Kerry-Heinz has managed to convince himself that he is somehow a suitable candidate for president, even though anyone with an ounce of commonsense is able to recognize that he most definitely is not. And while many accused Barry ‘O’ of being inept, he was actually more devious, even insidious, about how he went about the job of president, he did things with a specific purpose. Kerry-Heinz, on the other hand, truly is ignorant, he has been in over his head in EVERY position he’s ever held. He is nowhere near as smart as he thinks he is. And as president, he would be an unmitigated disaster on any number of levels.