Among the things we know about former Massachusetts Senator and Secretary of State John Kerry is that he's just not on your side. His patrician, brahmin face first attained national prominence for his opposition to the Vietnam war, and more notably, his rhetoric calling American soldiers war criminals. That was 1971, what does that mentality look like in the 21st century?
Well, it looks like arguing that policy toward the radical Islamic Revolution in Iran was wrong from the Presidency of Jimmy Carter to George Bush, and now under President Trump. He would be entitled to his opinion, save for the fact that he's undermining government policy as a private citizen who happens to have been America's chief diplomat. He's not just wrong, he's breaking laws, and here are the reasons why: number five is by far the most disturbing.