Is the United States secretly releasing Taliban detainees?
We have heard rumors that the Obama regime is in negotiations with the Taliban for awhile now, and if this report if true it would look as if the United States is doing more than simply negotiating with these killers. Because the Taliban fighters are so trustworthy, the Obama regime might be releasing them as a good faith gesture in the negotiations on the promise that they will behave themselves once they are free.
The “strategic release” program of high-level detainees is designed to give the US a bargaining chip in some areas of Afghanistan where international forces struggle to exercise control, the report said.
Under the risky program, the hardened fighters must promise to give up violence and are threatened with further punishment, but there is nothing to stop them resuming attacks against Afghan and American troops.
What is the worst that could happen? We know the answer to that question, and so does the Obama regime:
Everyone agrees they are guilty of what they have done and should remain in detention. Everyone agrees that these are bad guys. But the benefits outweigh the risks,” a US official told the Post
There isn’t even a question of guilt here, the government admits these people are guilty of attacks on American soldiers and the risks that this government official is talking about is the lives of American soldiers, how callous is that statement? This would be akin to the government letting guns walk into Mexico knowing lives would be lost in an attempt to…..whoops, nevermind.
This news comes just days after Dianne Feinstein admitted that the Taliban has grown stronger since Barack Obama took office, but what she failed to state is the fact that this could be due in large part to the fact that Barack Obama is releasing them on personal recognizance .