Bergdahl’s Deal Is Looking Worse and Worse 

Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is going to enter a plea in the court-martial case that is before him. The options for Bergdahl have not been very good. He has claimed that he could not get a fair hearing due to comments against him by Donald Trump the candidate and now Commander-in-Chief. It could also be that the evidence is so bad against him that conviction is an assured thing. The hero of the previous administration has fallen well below the Rose Garden praise that was showered on him by former President Barack Hussein Obama.

It could also be that the evidence is so bad against him that conviction is an assured thing. The hero of the previous administration has fallen well below the Rose Garden praise that was showered on him by Obama. The terrorists that Obama freed for Bergdahl’s freedom are a witness against him as well. That was another ploy perpetrated against America.

As Written By Paul Sperry for the New York Post:

The American soldier President Obama portrayed as a heroic POW of the Taliban and traded five jailed Taliban leaders for his release now looks more like the man President Trump called a “no-good traitor” who should “have been executed.”

On Monday, Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl admitted deserting his Afghan post as well as misbehaving before the enemy and endangering fellow troops, confirming the betrayal several veterans who served alongside him have alleged for years. Though capital punishment is not in the offing, he does face life in prison at his sentencing later this month.

Bergdahl’s plea sets up a pre-sentence trial starting Oct. 23 at Fort Bragg that’s expected to include dramatic testimony about three troops seriously injured during search-and-rescue missions launched to find him. Two of them suffered disabling injuries: Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Mark Allen, who in 2009 was shot in the head searching for Bergdahl, leaving him confined to a wheelchair and unable to talk; and Navy SEAL Jimmy Hatch, who was shot in the leg on another search the next day, leaving him with a permanent limp

To garner sympathy from the sentencing judge, Bergdahl’s defense team is expected to play up his alleged mental health problems, including what they claim is…….

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