Here’s more on the treasonous terror deal I wrote about here: “AWOL Traitor Traded for Taliban Terrorists: “In the name of Allah, the most gracious, the most merciful,’’ AWOL soldier’s dad said in Arabic.”
Anyone in the Obama administration that cops out to “we don’t leave anyone behind” as the reason why they traded an AWOL traitor for five GITMO Taliban leaders is lying. The Obama administration abandoned our people in Benghazi — heroes and patriots — when they needed us most. Obama’s contempt for our troops is nothing new. Taliban insider attacks spiked to unseen levels under Obama as he continued to sanction and reward the Taliban. Obama’s rules of engagement in Afghanistan was an invitation to murder — it was open season on US soldiers. The Washington Times recently reported that “the number of U.S. battlefield fatalities exceeded the rate at which troop strength surged in 2009 and 2010, prompting national security analysts to assert that coinciding stricter rules of engagement led to more deaths.”
Obama’s reception at West Point was icy for good reason.
Obama has been a Taliban supporter for some time now — despite the slaughter, the insider attacks, the destruction of schools, the attacks on girls, etc. He strong-armed President Karzai into partnering with them. He supports the Taliban. He insisted that Karzai share power with the Taliban. He insisted that NATO recognize the Taliban.
in 2012, Barack Hussein Obama used the NATO summit to press Afghan leader Hamid Karzai to engage with greater urgency with the Taliban about a political settlement in Afghanistan. Obama stalked and chased these jihadist murderers. Obama demanded that Afghanistan be designated a “major non-NATO ally.” The non-NATO ally declaration allowed for streamlined defense cooperation, more money, expedited purchasing ability of American equipment, and easier export control regulations.
Mullah Omar, long known to be in Afghanistan is one of the word’s most wanted terrorists. He is the leader of the Taliban and is wanted by the U.S. State Department since October 2001. There’s a ten million dollar reward on his head. He sheltered Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda killers in the years prior to the September 11 attacks. He had a hand in the 911 attacks, and directed the Taliban’s ongoing war against the U.S.-led NATO forces and the government of Afghanistan.
Obama negotiated this “trade” as a cover to release these jihad killers. Many called the AWOL convert to Islam, Abdullah Bergdahl, a traitor or a deserter. Company Commander at Fort Bragg, Stephen Kirouac, called Bergdahl a “dirtbag” and “sympathizer.” And it’s not just that, the soldier, who has converted to Islam, is alleged to have been teaching its fighters bomb-making skills. Bergdahl’s father praised Allah when the announcement of the trade was made. His father wants to see all the GITMO terrorists released.
Two Republican lawmakers said President Barack Obama violated U.S. laws when he approved the exchange of an American soldier believed held by Islamist insurgents for five years for five Afghan detainees held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Congressman Howard “Buck” McKeon of California and Sen. James Inhofe of Oklahoma said Saturday in a statement that Obama is required by law to notify Congress 30 days before any transfer of terrorists from the U.S. detention facility.
So what are they going to do about it? Continue to sit by while Obama wages war against us?
Mullah Omar has been wanted by the U.S. State Department since October 2001. There’s a ten-million-dollar reward on his head. He sheltered Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda killers in the years prior to the September 11 attacks. He had a hand in the 911 attacks, and is directing the Taliban’s ongoing war against the U.S.-led NATO forces and the government of Afghanistan.
“‘New opening’ for US-Taliban talks possible: Hagel” The International Times
WASHINGTON: US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel expressed hope Sunday the release of US Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl would lead to direct US talks with the Taliban.
“It could, it might and we hope it will present an opening,” Hagel said in an interview from Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan with NBC´s “Meet the Press.
“Hagel noted that the United States had engaged in talks with the Taliban before, until they were broken off in 2012, and that it strongly supported an Afghan-led effort to reach a peace agreement with the Taliban.
Pamela Geller is the Editor of PamelaGeller.com