What little we’ve heard about Guantanamo Bay recently regards which state will house the remaining detainees once it’s closed. South Carolina, Kansas, and Colorado have all been scouted, and attorneys general from each state have signed a letter to the president arguing that “moving detainees to the mainland will create imminent danger and make the communities where they are placed targets, which is precisely what the restrictive language enacted by Congress is designed to prevent.”

As if to directly reinforce that threat, Ibrahim al-Qosia, a former resident of Gitmo and one-time cook and chauffeur for Usama bin Laden who was released to Sudan has just reappeared in a video as the leader of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).

Fox News host Andrea Tantaros has some advice for Republicans: start talking about Gitmo and the jihadis released in exchange for Bowe Bergdahl.