Not since Jack traded his cow for the magic beans had a deal been struck that was so one-sided. (The Iran deal may have now beaten the record) Barack Obama freed five terrorists, who between them were responsible for thousands of deaths. Worse yet, all we got in return is a filthy traitor. He must have been meeting with his choom gang just before making that deal. Our troops in Afghanistan are now in danger from those five murderous terrorists. Just one more reason why Obama was the worst president in the history of this country.
From The Blaze
Mohammed Fazl, Khairullah Khairkhwa, Abdul Haq Wasiq, Mullah Norullah Nori, and Mohammad Nabi were released from Guantanamo Bay into Qatari custody under security restrictions and a one-year travel ban in 2014 as the price of the release of Bergdahl, who was captured in 2009.
Fazl was arrested in 2002, accused of overseeing the massacre of thousands of Shiites in 2000.
Khairkhwa was reportedly close to the founder of the Taliban, Mullah Omar, as well as Osama bin Laden.
Wasiq is the Taliban’s deputy intelligence minister, Nori is a Taliban leader who fought against U.S. forces, and Nabi is a Taliban communications officer.
Former Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.), who was head of the House Intelligence Committee at the time of the prisoner exchange, said in 2014 “I have little confidence in the security assurances regarding the movement and activities of the now-released Taliban leaders, and I have even less confidence in this administration’s willingness to ensure they are enforced.”
“I believe this decision will threaten the lives of American soldiers for years to come,” Rogers said.
Rogers was absolutely right. Why on earth would you free five dangerous terrorists to get a deserter back and pay him back pay for the time he was a deserter? This is what makes radical Democrats so dangerous. They are brainless and couldn’t manage a cathouse on a Naval base.
He has also just announced that his book “Why I Couldn’t Stay Silent” is available now! Click the tab “Book” on the Home Page on his website.