As Middle East Erupts, John Kerry Turns Up Riding Girl’s Bike in Nantucket
Wondering where our so-called Secretary of State John Kerry has been while war rages in the Middle East, with even Egypt and Saudi Arabia siding against the Hamas terrorists favored by Obama and funded by our government? Let’s set out to find him.
Since that picture was taken in Nantucket, let’s try the same place. Sure enough:
From The Corner:
We’re told the secretary of state was at his Nantucket estate. Nantucket visitor Owen Perkins tells us he spotted Kerry on Sunday and snapped the picture [above], in which the secretary of state is riding what appears to be a woman’s bike, his dog trailing behind him. Perkins posted the picture to his Instagram account, too. He tells National Review Online he took the photo early Sunday afternoon near Hulbert Avenue, not far from the Kerrys’ home on Brant Point.
It looks like the influence of his boss is rubbing off on Hanoi John.
At least Kerry isn’t wearing a helmet. If he falls and bumps his noggin, he might get another Purple Heart.
Somehow the rest of the world doesn’t seem to take the USA seriously since moonbats took control of the government. I wonder why.
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