Attorney General Jeff Sessions may finally drive a stake through the heart of the Deep State.

Former Secretary of State John Kerry made a big mistake.

And now Sessions could get him thrown behind bars with one big decision.

Trump Tears Up Obama’s Iran Nuclear Deal

Donald Trump told Americans he would rip up Obama’s Iran nuclear deal.

He made good on that promise this spring.

Liberals reacted with horror.

They saw the deal as Obama’s signature foreign policy achievement.

Regular Americans looked at it and sided with Trump.

They believed Obama gave away the store.

He handed the Iranians billions of dollars in taxpayer money and allowed them to acquire a nuclear weapon after ten years.

Trump wanted a real deal that benefited America instead of Islamic terrorists.

John Kerry Betrays Donald Trump

John Kerry joined “the resistance.”

The former Secretary of State went rogue and snuck behind Trump’s back to meet with Iranian leaders.

Their goal was to come up with a plan to get around Trump pulling the United States out of the Iran deal.

Trump tweeted about Kerry’s secret meetings.

He ripped Kerry for working on behalf of the rogue Iranian government.

Trump tweeted:

John Kerry had illegal meetings with the very hostile Iranian Regime, which can only serve to undercut our great work to the detrimen right? You don’t have to take my word for it. He – these are his answers. He was talking to them. He was telling them to wait out this administration,” he declared.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo went on to say Kerry was “actively undermining” U.S. interests.

He said, “Former secretaries of state, all of them from either political party ought not to be engaged in actively undermining U.S. policy as a former secretary of state — literally unheard of.”

Jeff Sessions Chance To Jail Kerry

Senator Marco Rubio wrote to Attorney General Jeff Sessions about Kerry.

He asked Sessions to probe whether Kerry broke the law.

The Logan Act bans American citizens from negotiating with foreign governments.

John Adams signed it into law in 1799.

And it has never been used successfully before.

But Kerry’s actions were so obvious that Rubio had to get an answer as to whether Kerry should face prison time.

“As you know, the Islamic Republic of Iran remains a U.S.-designated state sponsor of terrorism, and the State Department continues to characterize the regime in Tehran as ‘the foremost biggest state sponsor of terrorism’ in its annual reports on international terror,” he wrote.

“The American people deserve to know that U.S. laws are enforced regardless of any individual’s past position,” Rubio concluded.

We will keep you updated with any new developments in this ongoing story.