March 25, 2015, - 4:27 pm
Bowe Bergdahl a/k/a Abdullah Charged w/ Desertion But Not Treason; May Not Be Dishonorably Discharged?! Spoken w/ Parents Yet? Other Questions
I have to admit it: I’m surprised the U.S. Army finally charged Abdullah Bergdahl, the artist formerly known as Bowe Bergdahl, with desertion. Everything pointed to the Obama Pentagon whitewashing this guy. (And since he hasn’t been charged with treason, there is some whitewashing still going on, as there is a lot of info pointing to his giving aid, comfort, and intelligence to the enemy.) The Army quickly declared last June that Bergdahl “committed no misconduct in captivity,” without having interviewed him or doing much of an investigation. So, some major whitewashing was, indeed, done. He should have been charged with treason, as Talibanis from the Haqqani network said he taught them ambushing and bomb-making skills.
We freed five Taliban terrorists-in-chief for this deserter. And Susan Rice told us he “served with honor and distinction.” Plus Barack Obama hosted a love-fest at the White House for Bergdah’s nutty, Islamo-pandering, New Age parents in which he got sooooo physically chummy and close, I thought the country was gonna have to issue a collective “Get A Room!” to the menage-a-Obama-Bergdahl. Oh, and the parents of 2nd Lt. Darryn Andrews, one of the six soldiers who died trying to find this schmuck, were NEVER told their son died looking for Abdullah Bergdahl. And that’s not to mention that the surviving soldiers of “Saving Sgt. Bergdahl” were forced to sign non-disclosure agreements by the Obama Pentagon, certifying that they would never speak of it.
It certainly took the U.S. Army, which already concluded back in 2010 that Bergdahl was a deserter (but promoted him TWICE while in captivity anyway), a while to do its investigation and issue the charge. Nearly a year for something quite obvious and with several witnesses–his fellow troops, SIX of whose lives he took when they were picked off by the Taliban while looking for Abdullah Bergdahl.
I have a few questions, though, that still haven’t been answered, some important, some not–and maybe you can enlighten me and other readers with what you believe are the answers: Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Article 85 Uniform Code of Military Justice, Article 99 Uniform Code of Military Justice, Bowe Bergdahl, Bowe Bergdahl deserter