There were 242 Jihadist prisoners in Guantanamo Bay when Obama made his first great lie to protect the United States Constitution in January of 2009. In January of 2017 there were 41 remaining. Obama broke the law several times, while releasing his Jihadist brothers so they could continue their assault on Western civilization, by not giving proper notice to congress. Obama not only broke the law he promised to uphold, but he committed treason by aiding an enemy who had declared war on the United States.
In 2014 Obama traded five of the worst Jihadists for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, a suspected deserter at the time. The five Jihadists released were:
Khirullah Said Wali Khairkhwa: He was once the Taliban's interior minister, actually helping to create the Taliban movement in 1994. His Guantanamo case file described him as a “hard-liner in his support of the Taliban philosophy” and “known to have close ties to Osama bin Laden.”
Mullah Mohammad Fazl: Fazi was a senior commander in the Taliban army during the 1990s, eventually becoming its chief of staff. He is thought to have personally supervised the killing of thousands of Shiite Muslims near Kabul between 1998 and 2001. His Guantanamo case file also describes him as being present at a 2001 prison riot that led to the death of CIA operative Johnny Michael Spann, the first U.S. citizen killed in the Afghan war. "If released, detainee would likely rejoin the Taliban and establish ties with ACM elements participating in hostilities against US and Coalition forces in Afghanistan," his case file reads.
Mullah Norullah Noori: Noori was a provincial governor in several areas during the Taliban regime. He is also believed to have been present during Spann's death and may have also been involved in the Shiite massacre. His Guantanamo case file says that he "continues to be a significant figure encouraging acts of aggression."
Abdul Haq Wasiq: Wasiq was the deputy chief of intelligence for the Taliban. According to his Guantanamo case file, he “utilized his office to support al Qaeda” and was “central to the Taliban’s effort to form alliances with other Islamic fundamentalist groups.”
Mohammed Nabi Omari: Omari was a member of a joint al-Qaeda-Taliban cell in eastern Khost province, according to his case file, and “one of the most significant former Taliban leaders detained” at Guantanamo.
On a Saturday afternoon, Barack Obama appeared outside the White House in the spring sunshine with the parents of Bergdahl, an American soldier who had been held captive by the Afghan Taliban since 2009, to announce their son's freedom.
"This morning, I called Bob and Jani Bergdahl and told them that after nearly five years in captivity, their son, Bowe, is coming home," Obama said. "He wasn’t forgotten by his community in Idaho, or the military, which rallied to support the Bergdahls through thick and thin. And he wasn’t forgotten by his country, because the United States of America does not ever leave our men and women in uniform behind."
Later, national security advisor Susan Rice commented on ABC's This Week that Bergdahl, "served the United States with honor and distinction.”
AND NOW THE REST OF THE STORY:
Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is expected to plead guilty to charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy. Bergdahl is scheduled to enter his plea later this month. The 31-year-old was held captive by the Taliban after leaving his post in Afghanistan in 2009. He was released in 2014 following a swap of five Taliban prisoners from Guantanamo Bay. Bergdahl could face up to five years in prison for the desertion charge, and a life sentence for misbehavior. His decision to plead guilty will spare the need for a military trial, and sentencing is set to begin on October 23.
OBAMA ACCOMPLISHED WHAT HE WANTED TO ACCOMPLISH: HE AIDED HIS BROTHERS THE ISLAMIC JIHADISTS AND HE HARMED THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, A NATION HE AND HIS FELLOW MARXISTS CONSIDER TO BE THE SATAN OF ALL IMPERIALIST NATIONS.