The somewhat farcical journey home from Europe for Secretary of State John Kerry continues. As we noted previously, after breaking his leg on an arbidged Tour de France’-esque accident in which he hit a curb, he was flown to Geneva in a helicopter where he was “stable and never lost consciousness,” which makes sense (unless as many have suggested his brain lies considerably lower in his body than most humans).
But then the escapade got beyond unreal as The White House sent a massive “specially-equipped” C-17 airplane (used to carrying over 100 combat troops and equipment into battle) to fly him to Boston for surgery.
We assume he is covered by Obamacare, since the cost of this rescue mission – assuming roughly 10 hours flight-time – is at least $250,000… and all to avoid an Iran deadline no one expects to meet…
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