Kerry disguised support for radical Code Pink?

Bill Ayers, other extremists part of group’s pro-Hamas march to Gaza

by Aaron Klein
WorldNetDaily
February 5, 2010

Did Sen. John Kerry try to disguise a letter of support he wrote for a recent pro-Hamas march to the Gaza Strip that included former Weather Underground terrorist William Ayers and was organized by the radical activist organization Code Pink?

BigGovernment.com obtained the letter from Kerry’s office in support of a “humanitarian delegation from Massachusetts” to Gaza.

The ambiguously phrased letter does not mention which delegation Kerry is referencing, aside from stating it will be traveling “from December 27th to January 15th.”

Those were the general dates of Code Pink’s solidarity trip to the Gaza Strip.

“I respectfully request that every courtesy be given the members of the delegation during their visit. My staff has met with members of the group and is impressed with their ability, dedication and commitment to the peace process,” Kerry wrote.

Kerry’s letter was used by Code Pink founder Jodie Evans in an attempt to enter the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip to join in solidarity with the territory’s population and leadership.

WND reported Evans and her group, which included Ayers and his Weather Underground co-founder wife, Bernardine Dohrn, provoked chaos on the streets of Egypt after the government there would not allow her full group to enter neighboring Gaza.

Evans was a fundraiser and financial bundler for Obama’s presidential campaign. Her group was formed in 2002 to protest America’s war in Iraq. Code Pink previously met with Hamas and with leaders of the Taliban.

Members of Evans’ group documented on their blogs how Kerry’s letter was used at the U.S. Embassy in Cairo while attempting to pressure Egypt to let her group into Gaza

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