John Kerry Under Investigation Over Secret Meetings With Communist Chinese Officials

House politicians looking into globalist climate fearmonger's actions in Biden admin

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On Thursday, the House Oversight Committee sent a letter to Biden’s climate czar John Kerry informing him he’s being investigated for secretly negotiating with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

“The Committee on Oversight and Accountability is investigating your role in the Biden Administration and the nature of your negotiations with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP),” the letter stated. “In the 117th Congress, we requested information from you regarding your position as special presidential envoy for climate (SPEC).”

The committee informed Kerry he’s “failed to respond to any” of its prior requests while continuing “to engage in activities that could undermine our economic health, skirt congressional authority, and threaten foreign policy under the guise of climate advocacy.”

The House representatives requested Kerry hand over “documents and information” related to his role as SPEC.

The letter criticized the Biden administration climate head for working with the CCP and telling the World Economic Forum the solution to global warming is “money, money, money.”

“As a member of the President’s cabinet, you should be representing the United States’ interests. Your statements, however, consistently show disregard for American national security and taxpayer dollars,” the committee wrote.

The politicians noted Kerry ignores Chinese human rights abuses and frequently claims working with them to combat climate change is more important than holding them accountable.

Kerry was asked to hand over the following documents and information by February 16, 2023:

Perhaps the House Republicans will soon get the answers they seek.

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