Former Gitmo Chief TRASHES Obama With 6 Chilling, Brutal Words
President Barack Obama has been heavily criticized by Republicans and national security experts over his policy of releasing detainees from Guantanamo Bay.
But perhaps one of the hardest hits came from Col. Michael Bumgarner on a Sunday radio show when the former commander of the Gitmo guard force slammed the president over releasing certain detainees with known Al Qaeda connections.
President Obama is “throwing national security out the window” by continuing to release these dangerous Guantanamo Bay detainees, Bumgarner said on “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio.”
The 2012 release of Ibrahim al-Qosi, who went on to become one of the top leaders of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula was particularly concerning to Bumgarner. Just last December, Al-Qosi created an audio message urging deadly attacks on New York and Paris.
“How we ever believed this guy is going to be not a threat to the United States and or our allies is just beyond belief to me. Beyond belief,” Bumgarber said.
Last month, an expert bomb maker, Tariq Mahmoud Ahmed Al Sawah, was released to the government of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bumgarner said he believes Obama will try to achieve his long-stated goal of closing Gitmo before he leaves office, but said he was unsure how the president would be able to find countries willing to host the most dangerous of the detainees.
While many Americans have expressed concern and disagreement over closing the detention camp that has been the source of vital intelligence information over the years, Obama — per
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