A Democratic fundraising email sent by former Secretary of State John Kerry issued a dire prediction this week; bizarrely claiming the United States may not be able to “survive” should President Trump win the 2020 election.
The DNC letter slammed the Commander-in-Chief for “embarrassing our nation” and “weakening the very foundation of our democracy.”
This is a very dire fundraising email sent out by the DNC under John Kerry's name pic.twitter.com/QwRZufH7Do
— Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) January 30, 2019
“Our Democracy might not be able to survive four more years of Donald Trump, and the only course of action that will be able to stop this international chaos from continuing is to win seats across the country this year and elect a Democrat to the White House in 2020,” states the email.
Kerry is no stranger in lobbing vicious attacks against the President; flat-out demanding Trump “resign” during his international trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland just weeks ago.
MR. DEEP STATE: John Kerry Says Trump Should ‘Resign’ at World Economic Forum
Former Secretary of State John Kerry urged President Trump to “resign” from office this week; saying the Commander-in-Chief should step-down during a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum.
The top Obama official was speaking in Davos, Switzerland when he was asked what advice he would have should he meet President Trump face-to-face.
— CNBC (@CNBC) January 22, 2019
“If you had President Trump sitting opposite you, what would your message to him be?” ask the event’s moderator.
“Resign,” said Kerry.
DEEP STATE DEPARTMENT: John Kerry BRIEFED on ‘Trump Dossier’ in 2016
Former Secretary of State John Kerry was reportedly briefed on the infamous ‘Trump Dossier’ in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election, raising new and alarming questions over the relationship between former British spy Christopher Steele and the Obama administration as Americans headed to the polls.
According to the Washington Post, John Kerry was the last senior Obama official to review the salacious material in “late 2016,” adding that “It’s not uncommon for private consulting or intelligence reports to be consumed by State Department officials.”
“There’s nothing nefarious about the State Department accepting material from Steele from 2014 to 2016,” writes the Post. “At that time, he was a well-respected former intelligence official from an allied country with deep experience in Russia. Officials couldn’t have known that Steele would become controversial for reporting on Trump, because that hadn’t happened yet.”
The left-leaning newspaper was commenting on a recent report from the Washington Examiner detailing the relationship between Fusion GPS, Christopher Steele, and the Trump Dossier to former President Barack Obama’s State Department.
“They’re also seeking to learn what individual State Department officials did in relation to Steele, and whether there were any contacts between the State Department and the FBI or Justice Department concerning the anti-Trump material,” wrote the Examiner.