5 Gitmo prisoners were traded for the American POW. The father's twitter is a little strange… https://t.co/uqEDeOVBDJ
— Collin Edwards (@collinE83) June 1, 2014
As Twitchy has reported, President Obama ordered the release of five Gitmo detainees to secure the return of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl from his Taliban captors in Afghanistan.
Recently, a tweet was published from the account of Bowe Bergdahl’s father, Robert, which stated a desire to see all Gitmo detainees released:
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) May 31, 2014
Here’s the tweet from Bob Bergdahl’s account, which was published May 28 and deleted Saturday night (at the time of publication the deletion of the tweet has not been acknowledged on the account):
The tweet had time to generate plenty of controversy before it disappeared:
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) June 1, 2014
— Nied's Dead Horse (@mflynny) May 31, 2014
— Deborah Cleveland (@Dbeb311) June 1, 2014
Wow. This is the father who appeared alongside Obama today. RT @bobbergdahl: I am still working to free all Guantanamo prisoners.
— Christian Ziegler (@ChrisMZiegler) June 1, 2014
So, it seems Bergdahl's father is sympathetic toward the Taliban at Gitmo. That's fucking fantastic.
— TFC3Tweets (@TFC3Tweets) June 1, 2014
— Janice Chilcoat (@jchilcoatva) June 1, 2014
@tracieeeeee I want to know why the soldiers father is so adamant about the release of all the Gitmo detainees.
— The Birds Word (@The_BirdsWord) June 1, 2014
@tracieeeeee I agree -the father wants ALL Gitmo terrorists released – I don't like this
— Sharon Andreas (@SharNeal) June 1, 2014
— Mary A (@JoanOfArc1909) June 1, 2014
@RichardGrenell I am sick to my stomach! God save us from our leaders.
— Deborah Matthews (@DeborahMatthew1) May 31, 2014
Many obviously didn’t think that tweet was a good idea, and apparently neither did the @BobBergdahl account, or perhaps an outside adviser.
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