...Soldiers from Georgia, from the National Guard's 48th Infantry Brigade, risked their lives searching for Bergdahl when they thought he was an unwilling captive of the Taliban in Afghanistan.Read the rest and watch the video HERE.
Master Sgt. Mark Allen of Loganville was among them; he risked his life during the search and he will never be the same.
He cannot speak for himself now. He is paralyzed and needs constant care because he was shot in the head by an enemy sniper in Afghanistan.
Allen was wounded while he and his fellow Georgia National Guard soldiers were trying to find and rescue Bergdahl soon after he disappeared in 2009....
A little less than a year ago, Marie Harf, Deputy Spokesperson for the U.S. Department of State, dismissed with a brushing back of her hair, a smirk, and the words “I don’t think that that’s the case” the possibility that Bowe Bergdahl's platoon members had important information regarding Bowe Bergdahl:
As of last week, Bowe Bergdahl has been charged with "desertion with intent to shirk important or hazardous duty" and, more seriously, "misbehavior before the enemy, endangering the safety of a command, unit or place." Apparently, the circumstances of Bergdahl's abandoning his post have been known — to some extent, anyway — since 2010.
Did Barack Hussein Obama know of those circumstances? Can't imagine that he did not! Nevertheless, he bypassed Congress and released five Taliban commanders in a trade for Bowe Bergdahl:
The May 31, 2014, dog-and-pony show at the White House — aka "optics":
And there is also the matter of this Tweet, posted by Bowe Bergdahl's father and later deleted:
Also see Twitter Never Forgets: These 8 Public Figures Are Probably Regretting Cheering Bergdahl’s Release.