JOHN KERRY TALKS TOUGH TO THE TALIBAN FIVE!

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The United States may have released five dangerous Taliban detainees in exchange for the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, but Secretary of State John Kerry reminded them that they shouldn’t feel safe.

The former senator and Democratic presidential candidate hinted at a tough message for the freed enemy combatants – We are watching you and we can kill you.

During an interview on CNN, Kerry reminded Americans that the United States had ways of monitoring the terrorist leaders — who are now living in Qatar.

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“I’m just telling you they’re not the only ones keeping an eye on them. And we have confidence in those requirements,” Kerry said, pointing out that the Qatari government wasn’t the only resource preventing the terrorists from returning to battle.

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If they did choose to rejoin the fight, Kerry hinted that the United States could take them out.

“Elise, I’m not telling you that they don’t have some ability at some point to go back and get involved,” he said, boasting of the United States capabilities. “But they also have an ability to get killed doing that.”

Kerry asserted that Americans shouldn’t worry about the recently released Taliban leaders returning to harm more Americans.

“I don’t think anybody should doubt the capacity of the United States of America to protect Americans,” he added. “Nobody.” 

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FOR SOME REASON KERRY’S WORDS DON’T MAKE ME FEEL SAFER AT ALL.

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