The Obama administration knew that Bergdahl, was planning on “going over to the other side” when he deserted. A military investigation discovered that Bergdahl was hoping to escape to Uzbekistan and then to Russia.
The Obama White House accused Bowe Bergdahl’s platoon mates of “swiftboating” him after the Obama White House released five top Gitmo terrorists for the deserter. The State Department spokesperson said his platoon mates “were not reliable sources.”
Lt Darryn Andrews, from Dallas, Texas, died at the age of 34 on Sept 4, 2009 during his second tour of Afghanistan.
He was searching for deserter Bowe Bergdahl.
But the White House knew all along Bergdahl’s platoon mates were telling the truth.
Via America’s Newsroom:
This week Bowe Bergdahl once again smeared his platoon mates.
The AP reported:
“Sgt.” Bowe Bergdahl says he walked off his base in Afghanistan to cause a crisis that would catch the attention of military brass.
He wanted to warn them about what he believed were serious problems with leadership in his unit. And he wanted to prove himself as a real-life action hero, like someone out of a movie.
Bergdahl hasn’t spoken publicly about his decision or his subsequent five-year imprisonment by the Taliban and the prisoner swap that secured his return to the United States. But over the past several months he spoke extensively with screenwriter Mark Boal, who shared about 25 hours of the recorded interviews with Sarah Koenig for her popular podcast, “Serial.”
“As a private first-class, nobody is going to listen to me,” Bergdahl says in the first episode of the podcast, released Thursday. “No one is going to take me serious that an investigation needs to be put underway.”
Bergdahl, of Hailey, Idaho, was charged in March with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. He faces up to life in prison, though an Army officer has recommended that Bergdahl’s case be moved to a special misdemeanor-level military court.
Hang this lying traitor.