Supposedly this lowlife Bowe Bergdahl was in bad shape, thus Emperor Obama had to act without approval. Looks fine to us.
A new, 17-minute video released Wednesday by the Taliban purportedly shows the controversial transfer of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl to U.S. control.
The dramatic video shows Bergdahl sitting in the back of a white pickup truck as a U.S. special forces helicopter prepares to land. The lone prisoner of war from the Afghan conflict is clean-shaven, with no eyebrows, and appears confused by the situation.
“Don’t come back to Afghanistan,” one Taliban fighter tells Bergdahl in Pashto, according to The Wall Street Journal. “Next time we catch you, you won’t leave here alive.”
When the American chopper lands, Taliban militants armed with assault rifles and a grenade launcher fan out across the nearby hills. Three American special forces service members dressed casually approach the pickup truck and offer a handshake to two members of the Taliban, one of whom is holding a white flag.
Meanwhile, Obama offered up some empty words Tuesday:
On Tuesday, President Obama defended the prisoner swap despite the criticism during a press conference in Poland.
“Regardless of the circumstances, we still get an American soldier back if he’s held in captivity,” Obama said. “Period. Full stop.”