Following the news of Bowe Bergdahl’s desertion charges, the White House is catching flak from all sides. People on social media have been quick to weigh-in. Filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, for example, threw in a bit of snark:
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With Bergdahl charged with desertion, there go his chances for a national security position in the Obama administration!
Some provided reminders of the sacrifices made by service members who searched for Bergdahl:
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Hollywood Actor Gary Sinise Issues Demand to the White House Over the Bergdahl Trade
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That’s when the Boston Herald got involved – with a cover that drew a raw mix of emotions.
The AP reports that many lawmakers were upset with the decision, because they were not given proper notification.
The House Oversight Committee, led by Sen. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), is asking the White House for all information and documents related to the exchange of Bergdahl:
When the history books record O’s accomplishments they will be listed as disasters. Each and every single one of them are failures and this is another one to add to the list.
Kudos to the Boston Herald for making this too big to ignore, and even though it will tick him off no end, he will ignore it. It’s just a bump in the road for him, because in the end he got what he wanted. When asked if it was worth it, O’s answer will be yes because he got his 5 guys out of Gitmo and the cost never mattered to him, only the end result.
Look for Bergdahl to be pardoned before he leaves office – it was part of the plan all along.
Answer: No, it will be much worse.