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John Kerry’s darkest secret gets exposed and it could take Biden down with him


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The Biden administration is one of the most scandal-laden in recent memory. And things are getting a whole lot worse.

Because John Kerry’s darkest secret gets exposed and it could take Biden down with him.

Whistleblowers have informed Sens. Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson that former Secretary of State John Kerry used a pseudonymous official email address while serving as the country’s top diplomat during the Obama administration.

Fox News Digital acquired a letter submitted to Secretary of State Antony Blinken by Grassley, R-Iowa, and Johnson, R-Wis., asking answers on whether Kerry properly complied with federal records law while serving as secretary of state.

Whistleblowers informed Grassley and Johnson that Kerry used the email address “[email protected]” while performing official duties.

“We want to know whether then-Secretary Kerry properly complied with all federal records laws and regulations with respect to his official email communications and whether responses to relevant Freedom of Information Act requests have properly included that email address in productions to requestors,” they stated.

The senators stated that they have been concerned about the State Department’s compliance — or noncompliance — with federal records rules since 2015, amid the investigations into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s inappropriate use of a non-government server for official business.

Remember, Hillary never was prosecuted for flagrantly skirting the rules.

They also stated that they have been concerned about President Biden’s use of a non-government email while serving as vice president — as well as pseudonymous government emails for “official business” — and if he followed with federal records requirements since July 2021.

“To-date, the Biden administration has failed to address Joe Biden’s compliance with federal records laws,” they stated.

Meanwhile, the letter to Blinken comes just weeks after whistleblowers told Grassley and Johnson that Kerry and his State Department “actively interfered” to prevent the FBI from executing arrest warrants on individuals illegally present in the United States who allegedly supported Iranian financial efforts to develop weapons of mass destruction.

Grassley and Johnson reminded Blinken of their concerns over Kerry’s alleged “extensive, consistent, and successful interference and obstruction of the FBI’s efforts to arrest Iranian terrorists because of his desire to cement the failed Iran Nuclear Deal between the Obama/Biden administration and the Iranian government.”

Grassley also questioned Kerry’s suspected mishandling of secret information in communications with Iran’s Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, after he left office.

In their letter to Blinken on Monday, Grassley and Johnson asked for answers about whether Kerry used the [email protected] email address and demanded all records from, to, or cc’ing that email address.

They are also questioning Kerry’s compliance with federal records rules and demanding the State Department’s process for storing and archiving his government emails.

They also asked whether the email address was limited to official correspondence and whether it was used to exchange information with officials of other governments, particularly those in charge of the Iran Nuclear Deal.

Grassley and Johnson allowed Blinken until July 1 to react.

The State Department did not immediately reply to Fox News Digital’s inquiry for comment.

Click here to download and read the letter.

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