Hard to know just where to begin on this one. How about “Desert storm as deserter freed” ..?? Just when you think the Obot administration can’t sink any lower into the political sewer, yet another leak springs out from somewhere with a putrefying stink worse than ever. In the immortal words of Joseph N. Welch in the 1954 McCarthy hearings, one might well ask this of the rogue president and his surrogates – paraphrased, of course: “You’ve done enough. Have you no sense of decency, sir? Have you left no sense of decency? I will not discuss this further with you. You have sat within six feet of me and could have asked me about Bowe Bergdahl. You have seen fit to bring it out. And if there is a God in Heaven it will do neither you nor your cause any good. I will not discuss it further.”
The questions remain and need some serious answering from somebody – “Which, how many, and how serious, are the “crimes and misdemeanors” committed by Obama and his rogue administration against the Constitutional Republic this time, and what will (does) Congress intend to do about it?” How long can the Republic remain under this duress of lawlessness? Is there anything this president will not do to shame and dishonor the United States military? If We The People do not rid the nation of this traitor, the backbone of the U.S. will have been lost forever. Who could possibly trust the United States after this kind of bold-faced betrayal of its citizens and its heroes? “A desert storm as deserter freed, indeed.”
The man’s a traitor (Obama) and Bergdahl is an Army deserter. It’s fortunate that those who served with him are out in front of this before the Obama regime and their media lapdogs had a chance to spin it – and they were – and the one should be impeached, and the other court-martialed after all is said and done. I do however, have a hard time imagining Hagel allowing that to take place though. Bergdahl certainly shouldn’t have been promoted twice. And how ridiculous the military is in bowing to Obama, but I guess that’s what you finish up with under a presidential community organizer – you tend to attract the same panty-waisted-Metro-girly-pajama-men into your harem of inept incompetents. Things better change and real soon before this Republic is doomed forever. The rogue Obot is becoming more the dictatorial tyrant as the next two years stretch ahead of us. “Desert storm as deserter freed” – And God help us.
Amazing when you think it through, that it takes the “foreign press” to bring the stark truth to We The People because of the sad fact of an American propagandist alphabet soup lamestream media – but there it is in stark reality, and here’s the MailOnline’s take on it all with the help of Megyn Kelly and (ahem) FOX News …
‘I’m positive that he’s a deserter, and that it was all premeditated,’ said Gerald Sutton, a 31-year-old Michigan college student who left the military in September 2012 and said he was ‘a good friend’ of Bergdahl when they were deployed to the Middle East.
A Pentagon investigation established in 2010 that on that Tuesday, Bergdahl abandoned his platoon in a war zone near the Pakistan border while serving with the 1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division.
The Idaho native’s disappearance led to an all-hands-on-deck manhunt in Afghanistan’s Paktika Province, as thousands of troops were diverted to rescue a man who left the safety of his outpost with his eyes open.
‘He wasn’t out on some patrol one day and got captured by the Taliban, and nobody smuggled him off of the base,’ explained Cody Full, a 25-year-old former infantryman who spoke with MailOnline from Houston, Texas.
Full, too, was in Bergdahl’s unit. And he’s anguished at the thought that at least six soldiers died on missions to find him in the early, frantic months after he went missing.
‘This soldier knew what he was doing,’ Full said. ‘He left us. He willingly and premeditatedly deserted his comrades. And he put his team, his squad, his platoon, his company, and thousands of other American soldiers in Afghanistan at a very high risk trying to find him.’
‘If he didn’t desert, and he was still in the platoon, those soldiers would not have been in the locations where they were killed … because they wouldn’t have been out there looking for him.’
Sutton said he ‘felt like I was in immediate danger all the time’ after Bergdahl left. ‘All of us did. We were sent out for about 30 to 35 days straight looking for him.’
‘And there were plenty of other people. I mean, the complete 501st [Infantry Regiment] was pulled out of there to search.’
‘It was a betrayal to me, because he was my – I considered him a pretty good friend,’ Sutton said.
‘So it’s always been, I’ve always wanted to ask him, face-to-face, “Why did you do it, man?”
This startling development comes as it was claimed that soldiers in Berghdal’s platoon were made to sign a highly unusual non disclosure agreement covering his disappearance in an apparent attempt to cover-up what happened.
Bergdahl spent nearly five years on one side or the other of the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, secreted away by militants loyal to the Haqqani network, an al-Qaeda-related insurgent group that’s allied with the Taliban.
His life before and during his military enlistment has been under a high-powered microscope since President Barack Obama announced on Saturday that he had been handed over to U.S. Special Forces as part of a deal to release five high-value Taliban terror targets held at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp.
Most accounts describe a soft-hearted Beetle Bailey-type, a former ballet-dancing infantryman who seemed incapable of developing the hard exterior necessary for survival in combat.
But Full described Bergdahl in a different way. The two met when they arrived to join their unit at Fort Richardson near Anchorage, Alaska.