For John, BLUF: This was on National TV. An adult thing to say. Nothing to see here; just move along.
From The Washington Free Beacon, by Mr Andrew Kugle, 22 July 2018.
Here is the lede plus three:
Former secretary of state John Kerry said on Sunday that the country has to move away from the constant efforts to "destroy" the presidency, no matter who the president is.He has a point.
"We have got to get away from this constant effort to destroy a presidency, whoever's it is. It is tearing our country apart, and I think it is very, very dangerous for our democracy," Kerry said on CBS's "Face the Nation."
Kerry was talking about the potential threat that cyber attacks pose to the country and the growing problem of politicizing these threats.
"This is an ongoing challenge to our country. It is not a Democrat or Republican problem. It has been building for a long period of time under President Bush. Prior to that, ever since we have had an internet there have been escalating series of cyber attacks against corporations and against government entities," Kerry said. "And so this is a problem for all of us as Americans and we have got to depoliticize it."
Hat tip to the InstaPundit.
Regards — Cliff