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The Taliban Treated Me Better, Whines Army-Deserting, Taliban-Collaborating, Traitor Bergdahl #o4a #news

Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
October 22nd, 2017

Bowe Bergdahl, the Islam-loving, Taliban terrorist hugging, Army deserter who walked off his base in Afghanistan, is whining that the Taliban treated him better than the U.S. is.

The 31-year-old pathetic excuse of a sergeant told British TV journalist Sean Langan in an interview published by The Sunday Times of London: “At least the Taliban were honest enough to say, ‘I’m the guy who’s gonna cut your throat.’ ”

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Yet that supposedly made him less upset than the desk duty he’s been assigned while awaiting trial for desertion and other charges.

“Here, it could be the guy I pass in the corridor who’s going to sign the paper that sends me away for life,’’ he said.

“We may as well go back to kangaroo courts and lynch mobs.”

If only we could, Mr Bergdahl. You would have already been hung following your guilty conviction.

During his nearly five years as “prisoner” of the Taliban, he claims he was kept in a steel cage and tortured.

Bergdahl complained to Langan — who himself was held by the Taliban for three months in 2008 — about the “endless weeks, months, years on my own.’’

Six soldiers died searching for him, but Bergdahl shows absolutely no appreciation whatsoever.

If it wasn’t terrorist-loving Obama, it would be hard to believe that he was traded for five Taliban terrorists that were once held in Guantanamo Bay.

In all likelihood, Mr Bergdahl will spend the remainder of his days locked up in Leavenworth, and that’s exactly where he belongs.

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