Former Secretary of State, John Kerry, now gives warning of a potential Revolution if President Donald Trump is elected again this November. PJ Media reports that he made a statement at the Alliance of Democracies, as follows:

“If people don’t have adequate access to the ballot, I mean that’s the stuff on which revolutions are built. If you begin to deny people the capacity of your democracy to work, even the Founding Fathers wrote in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, we have an inherent right to challenge that. And I’m worried that increasingly, people are disaffected.”

John Kerry also suggested that America would be in terrible shape globally if Trump were to lead America in a second term as President, according to Politics.

Kerry added while at the Copenhagen Democracy Summit 2020, that America can only become a world leader again if former Vice President Joe Biden wins in the November election.

PJ Media sheds some light on this rhetoric by Democrats due to some relation between the U.S. State Department and their associated NGOs such as USAID, Freedom house, and NED of which they gave significant amounts of money to George Soros funded businesses in Ukraine.

The plan by the U.S. State Department was to develop a program named Tech Camps where people in other nations would be taught on how to use technology, tools, and media to form movements of protestors. All of these movements received money from Soros related NGOs and U. S. agencies.

Such movements helped overthrow Viktor Yanukovych of Ukraine. The movement was known as the Maidan protestors and known as the Maidan Revolution.

This revolution caused U.S. diplomats to ensure they governed who would be in office after Yanukovych. The Maidan Revolution is not the only movement where our U.S. State Department has participated in such behavior.

PJ Media even reports that U.S. Embassies might be engaging in similar movements in other countries.

Newsweek reports that Kerry has a good reputation as an influential foreign policy administrator such as the Iran nuclear deal. Kerry said that “under the current president the U.S. has succeeded in literally alienating itself from our friends.”  

Former Senator Kerry goes on to state that this is the same reason he and Al Gore lost their elections. PJ Media also reports that Senator Kerry’s remarks create a picture of a systemic nature due to other similar occurrences most recently in Georgia. Democrats have repeatedly made such accusations of limited access to ballots.

Kerry based President Trump and his new agreements and projects with other nations. Kerry said, “Trump’s administration has made the world a more dangerous place…”

He then noted such agreements as the collapsing Iran nuclear deal, “fake trade war” with China, and the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord. He went on to add that deal with China “has raised prices for people and discombobulated the entire trade scheme.”

China is a concern because President Trump, according to Newsweek quote of Kerry, “has not executed thoughtfully at all…. we are far worse off today in the relationship with China then when he started.”