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5 Jihadists released in Obama prisoner swap



On May 31, a scandal-ridden Barack Obama announced the Taliban had released Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl after five years of captivity. His release follows negotiations in which the Obama administration agreed to trade five prisoners from Guantanamo Bay for Bergdahl.

Author Brad Thor tweeted a number of responses to this act of negotiating with terrorists, including his assessment that Americans are now vulnerable because terrorists see they can get what they want from the Obama administration….

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Below are tweets by Thor in addition to one posted on Breitbart regarding Barack the Weak’s decision to negotiate with terrorists:


As pointed out in one of Thor’s tweets, in 2008, the Taliban had been officially ordained “high risk,” what has changed since then???

Below are other tweets by Thor that further questions the release of Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl and rightfully so when one takes into consideration that Bergdahl decision to go AWOL was premeditated, his release occurs at a time when Barack Obama is viewed as weak, engulfed in the VA scandal that leaves at least 40 veterans dead and the fact that Obama’s popularity is at an all-time low. Distraction anyone?


Considering this young man’s views about his country and the war at the hour of his desertion, his capture and duration of his captivity, while I am pleased that his family is getting their son back, what are the chances that this soldier may have been radicalized?

Merely exercising my right to free speech and free thought, I pray not, for the sake of his parents and the nation.

As for Barack the Weak’s decision to negotiate with terrorists will soon come back to bite all of us.

Below is a chart of the five jihadists released from Guantanamo Bay prepared by the New York Daily News.


5 Jihadists released in Obama prisoner swap Chart New York Daily News 06012014

Source: New York Daily News


All of the above, in addition to Obama the Weak and Lawless, once again, going over the heads of Congress, i.e., the prisoners swap.