Mullah Norullah Noori, Abdul Haq Wasiq, Mullah Mohammad Fazl, Khairullah Khairkhwa and Mohammend Nabi Omari, the five Taliban Commanders traded for Sgt. Bergdahl, will soon be released from their “confinement.”
Admiral James T. “Ace” Lyons said there is “little doubt” that the terrorists will return to the battlefield in Afghanistan.
These terrorists are set to be released on June 1st, one year to the day after they were traded for Sgt. Bergdahl. As part of the trade, the government of Qatar had promised to “restrict” the terrorists’ movements for one year.
Now, they will be free. Free to go right back to Afghanistan and start plotting the deaths of Americans. Free to continue bombing and killing.
We traded five terrorists for someone who has been accused of desertion. Now, in a more than ironic twist of fate, the terrorists will be free, and it is the American who is behind bars.
President Obama authored this deal without consulting Congress. In doing so, he released a group of men considered to be the most dangerous Taliban commanders ever held at Gitmo. (H/T Breitbart)
This is completely and utterly disgusting. President Obama let a bunch of terrorists go, and most likely will never be brought to justice for this.
The chain of deaths that will inevitably follow the release of these men hangs directly on President Obama’s head. He is the one ultimately responsible for putting these men back into combat.
No American should be held by our enemies, and we should always move heaven and earth to free them, but that should never include trading terrorists. There are other ways to get Americans back.
We do not negotiate with terrorists. At least, we never used to. We have SEAL Teams, Army Rangers, and all other assortment of Special Ops to free those held by our enemies.
Share this everywhere. Soon these men will be back on the streets. We need to spread the word around, and keep this in mind for 2016. We need a leader who will never commit the type of treasonous acts that our current President has. It may be too late to do anything about Obama, but it isn’t too late for the next President.