Thursday, April 2, 2015

Video : Bergdahl desertion: Obama and Bergdahl lied - people died

The Bergdahl spin continues, even in the face of the FACTS:

From Investor's Business Daily:

Timeline Puts Lie To Obama's Story About Bergdahl
Betrayal:The Obama regime still insists that releasing the top command of our enemy was all about saving Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. But several reports from 2012 reveal that it was secretly negotiating the Taliban Five's release without Bergdahl.

Now that the Army has filed desertion charges against Bergdahl, the administration is under increasing pressure to justify the bad deal. Astoundingly, it's sticking to its story that President Obama only freed the high-risk Gitmo detainees to free a "POW."

"This was about bringing home an individual that had served his country," State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said last week about the 2014 swap.

But IBD has uncovered a series of credible reports from 2012 — as well as a transcript of a candid press conference by then-Afghan President Hamid Karzai — that show the White House originally wanted to give up the Taliban commanders under just one condition: that the Taliban open a political office in Qatar "to conduct peace negotiations." It was Qatar that ended up taking the prisoners.

 Bergdahl, who walked off his post and into the arms of the Taliban in June 2009, wasn't even part of the negotiation back then. The original deal was a one-sided release, naked any trade for a "POW" or "hostage" or soldier who allegedly had served "with honor and distinction." Consider this timeline:...

GO read the pesky FACTS here.

Bergdahl's Platoon continue to share their first-hand observations out to push back against the ongoing spin.

Bergdahl a Whistleblower?! Ex-Platoon Mate Calls Defense's Claim 'Laughable'
Details have emerged in recent days about how attorneys may defend Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl against the charge that he deserted his Army unit in eastern Afghanistan.

According to a CNN report, Bergdahl has claimed that he was trying to go back to the nearest American forward operating base (FOB) to report wrongdoing by his platoon mates.

The report states:

Bergdahl was planning to report what he believed to be problems with "order and discipline" in his unit, a senior Defense official tells CNN. A second official says Bergdahl had "concerns about leadership issues at his base."

This information is part of the report presented to General Mark Milley who this week decided to charge Bergdahl with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. This information outlines what could be a key part of Bergdahl's defense, which the army is already aware of.

The new information indicates Bergdahl's attorney may attempt to portray the sergeant as a whistleblower. ...

I heard Bergdahl's lawyer interviewed last week, and he is insisting that '...once all the facts come out, people will see Bergdahl in a whole different light....' Ummmm, NO!

 Stay tuned.

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