The pattern is distinct and impossible to deny.
Barack Obama, throughout his career, has made common cause with traitors. His mentor, Frank Marshall Davis was a vocal and notorious Communist.
Obama kicked off his greasy political career in the living room of American terrorists Bill Ayres and Bernardine Dohrn.
And of course, Obama has consistently courted leftwing Jew haters like Jeremiah Wright, Rashid Khalidi and Salam al-Marayati.
Most recently, Obama aligned himself with the Muslim Brotherhood, theocratic fascists whose religious ideology demands the genocide of Jews and Christians.
It appears that Obama, as Commander-in-Chief, has freed five extremely dangerous Taliban terrorists in exchange for an American soldier who, at best, is a deserter, and most likely is a traitor who sought to join the Taliban.
There was a time when such a foolish and dangerous move on the part of American administration would bring forth howls of protest from both parties. But the Democrats have devolved into leftist zombies whose illiberal actions and ideology seem modeled on Oceania; whose basic notion is to transform civil society into a Gulag where all are equal in misery.
At least six soldiers were killed looking to save this man who, according to soldiers who served with him, hated America.
Every American is now at risk because the Taliban, Boko Haram, Islamic Jihad, Hamas, PLO—the list of Muslim monsters is endless—now understand that kidnapping Americans, military, NGOs, Red Cross, civilians, whatever, will result in a big payday for jihad.
It was June 30, 2009, and I was in the city of Sharana, the capitol of Paktika province in Afghanistan. As I stepped out of a decrepit office building into a perfect sunny day, a member of my team started talking into his radio. “Say that again,” he said. “There’s an American soldier missing?”
There was. His name was Private First Class Bowe Bergdahl, the only prisoner of war in the Afghan theater of operations. His release from Taliban custody on May 31 marks the end of a nearly five-year-old story for the soldiers of his unit, the 1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment. I served in the same battalion in Afghanistan and participated in the attempts to retrieve him throughout the summer of 2009. After we redeployed, every member of my brigade combat team received an order that we were not allowed to discuss what happened to Bergdahl for fear of endangering him. He is safe, and now it is time to speak the truth.
And that the truth is: Bergdahl was a deserter, and soldiers from his own unit died trying to track him down.
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