Traitor Walks…

What in the world is going on in our country? Are the inmates running the asylum? it is not the United States vs Donald J, Trump it is the United States vs Bowe Bergdahl. Did the Judge allow his personal animosity towards President Trump to sway his judgment. Granted, Bergdahl took advantage of the option available to him to have his fate decided by the judge instead of a jury of his peers but what motivated the judge to rule as he did? Now it is altogether possible that Bergdahl was not in his right mind doing what he did but his actions have consequences. However, let’s all remember that there is a four-star general at the top of the command line that can alter or amend the verdict. Will he do so? My feeling is he won’t but we shall see.

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2 comments on “Traitor Walks…

  1. [To add insult to injury]

    US Army mulling giving traitor Bergdahl $300,000 back pay


    The U.S. Army is set to decide whether Pvt. Bowe Bergdahl is entitled to as much as $300,000 in back pay and other benefits he amassed during his captivity with the Taliban.

    Military personnel who have risked their lives to serve their country should be loudly protesting, except that they may face punishment; after all, the Army has been protecting the traitor Bergdahl for some time, forcing soldiers who knew the truth about Bergdahl’s betrayal to “sign nondisclosure agreements.”

    It is American citizens who would be forking over Bergdahl’s back pay (albeit it is less than the $10,500,000 Canadians had for pay to the murderous jihadi Omar Khadr because his lawyers cried so loudly that he was mistreated at Guantanamo Bay in 2003), thus rewarding Bergdahl for his deeds instead of punishing him.

    To recap the circumstances around the disgraced Bergdahl: there have been efforts all along to conceal the truth about Bergdahl being a deserter. Instead, the Army allowed the lie to circulate that Bergdahl fell behind on patrol before being captured by the Taliban, then was held hostage for five years. In the meantime, soldiers from his own unit lost their lives trying to track him down.

    Despite Bergdahl’s confession as a deserter – and that of witnesses — Barack Obama still “traded five seasoned, battle-hardened jihadis back to the Taliban in exchange for Bergdahl,” who did not just desert: secret documents revealed that Bergdahl had converted to Islam and “declared jihad” while in captivity.

    By now it should be evident that Bergdahl should have been charged with treason, but instead, he was recently given a dishonorable discharge without prison time, after absurdly declaring that the US had treated him worse than the Taliban did. Now he could be given back pay of $300,000.

    The Army needs an overhaul, beginning with mandatory training in loyalty to America, followed by knowledge about its jihadist enemies and how to defeat them. That would beat giving free lunches to jihadists, appeasing them and prancing about wearing high heels.

    Source: “Army to decide if Bergdahl is entitled to $300G back pay”, by Lukas Mikelionis, Fox News, November 9, 2017

  2. On this day established to honor veterans for their service to our country it is altogether incongruous that Bergdahl should receive any additional reward. The reward he has already received, his freedom, should be more than enough.

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