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Tweets of a Treasonous Administration: Official tweet, “Was Bergdahl’s unit ‘long on psychopaths’?”

In the natural and logical progression of the Obama administration’s fear and loathing of our armed services, Obama officials are making the case for treason and betrayal …on twitter, of course, where the Obama administration conducts all of its foreign policy initiatives.

The only way to describe what’s happening is a coup — a  real coup without firing a shot — unless, of course, it’s our troops, ambassador or attaches getting killed. Then that doesn’t count, according to the O-ministration and his enemedia lapdogs.

The Obama administration is sounding like Hamas groups in the US.

“HUD official tweet: Was Bergdahl’s unit ‘long on psychopaths’?” By Sean Sullivan, Washington Post, June 4, 2014

A HUD official sent out a series of tweets Wednesday evening defending Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl against criticism that he is a traitor who abandoned his post before being taken captive by the Taliban in Afghanistan, suggesting in one the possibility Bergdahl’s platoon may have been “long on psychopaths and short on leadership.”

Brandon Friedman, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, sent out five tweets on the topic Wednesday evening on his personal Twitter account. They are embedded below:






Bergdahl was released from Taliban custody Saturday after nearly five years in captivity. In exchange, the U.S. government released five Afghan inmates from the Guantanamo detention center. They must remain in Qatar for at least a year.

Bergdahl disappeared from his platoon in 2009 in Afghanistan after apparently becoming disillusioned with the U.S. military effort there. He has faced criticism over his decision by veterans and soldiers who served with him.

A biography posted on Friedman’s Tumblr page says he served in Afghanistan and Iraq as “an infantry platoon leader and executive officer in the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division.” He also worked for the group

Neither the White House nor HUD immediately responded to a request for comment on Friedman’s tweets.

 Related: Taliban video shows Bergdahl handover to U.S.


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