Exclusive: Inside The Obama Impeachment Furor

Published on: June 17, 2014
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 Exclusive: Inside The Obama Impeachment Furor

President Barack Obama is a traitor, and should be impeached!

That’s the shocking declaration of top political analysts and terrorism experts, who are demanding that Obama be booted out of office for freeing five Taliban murderers in return for the release of U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.

Meanwhile, as Army colleagues blast Bergdahl as a deserter, The ENQUIRER has learned White House bureaucrats have hushed up several alarming secrets about the twisted life the controversial 28-year-old soldier led in “captivity.”

Sources claim Bergdahl had an Afghani “wife” and family, and was so assimilated into the life dictated by his captors that he didn’t want to leave.

Bergdahl also allegedly kept a detailed diary that military intelligence analysts are anxious to analyze for potential terrorist bombshells.

“This deal is treason!” Matt Barber –founder of www.barbwire.com, vice president of Liberty Counsel Action and news website WNDweekly columnist – thundered to the ENQUIRER. “To release these guys back into the field where they

can terrorize again puts the lives of American soldiers at risk. Obama has provided aid and comfort to the enemy. What other word for that is there but treason? It’s time to impeach this president!”

Attorney Larry Elliot Klayman, who has filed suit against the Obama administration over the National Security Agency spying on Americans, agreed, saying: “I believe Obama has committed treason.”

Bergdahl’s bizarre odyssey began in June 2009 when he slammed America as “the most conceited country in the world” for its “disgusting” treatment of the Afghan people in a letter to his parents. “I am ashamed to even be American,” Bergdahl, then an Army private with 1st Battalion, 501st infantry regiment, in Mest Malak, Afghanistan, wrote to his parents, Robert and Jani Bergdahl of Hailey, Idaho.

He disappeared on June 30, 2009, leaving his rifle, night vision goggles and armored vest behind. Despite shocking claims he deserted and played ball with his captors, Obama swapped Bergdahl for a“dream team” of top Taliban commanders, including:

• Abdul Haq Wasiq – a Taliban deputy minister of intelligence with close ties to al-Qaeda who has been accused of mass killings and torture.

• Mullah Norullah Noori – a senior Taliban commander implicated in the murder of thousands of Shiite Muslims in northern Afghanistan.

• Mullah Mohammad Fazil – a Taliban commander who is on the United Nations most wanted list for the mass murder of Shiite Muslims in Afghanistan in 2000 and 2001.

• Mullah Khairullah Khairkhwa – a confidante of Osama bin Laden who trafficked in opium to raise money for the Taliban.

• Mohammad nabi Omari – a taliban border guard who smuggled missiles into Pakistan.

Paul Rester, former head interrogator at Guantanamo Bay naval Base, called all five former Guantanamo Bay detainees exceptionally dangerous. And W. Nathaniel Howell, former U.S. ambassador to Kuwait and currently diplomat-in-residence at the University of Virginia, told The ENQUIRER: “President Obama saw this as a chance for him to look like a hero, but we traded five Taliban generals for a deserter.”

The Taliban are “masters” at brainwashing, and Bergdahl’s extreme personality change indicates he’s defected to their side, added another expert.

“Bergdahl has dressed like the Taliban, eaten and slept with them, learned their language and, I suspect, been given a Muslim name,” Steven Hassan, a brainwashing and cult deprogramming expert” told The ENQUIRER.

“Like in the movie ‘the Manchurian Candidate’ or the TV show ‘Homeland,’ they could have indoctrinated Bergdahl and sent him back home to either commit terrorist acts himself or to recruit other Americans to the extremist side.”

Meanwhile, sources claim the Obama administration is desperately trying to hide several blockbuster secrets about Bergdahl.

First, Bergdahl did not want to return to America. “When it came time to leave his so-called ‘captors,’ Bergdahl pleaded to be allowed to stay,” a source close to American intelligence operatives told The ENQUIRER.

“Bergdahl was fearful that he’d be tried by the Army for desertion and defection. But the Taliban refused his pleas. We believe Bergdahl was drugged when he was turned over to American troops to make him more cooperative.”

Second, Bergdahl has a secret family in Pakistan, says the source.

After telling his family that his girlfriend, then-19-year-old Monica Lee, should not wait for him, Bergdahl learned she’d fallen for another man, a source close to government intelligence agencies told The ENQUIRER.

“At that point, it’s believed Bergdahl became involved with an Afghani woman. He either had an affair with her, or actually married her in a tribal ceremony, and has at least one child with her,” said the source.

Finally, Bergdahl kept secret diaries that he brought with him and are now in government hands. “These diaries

are daily journals that he wrote in English, Pashto and Dari,” a source told The ENQUIRER.

“They’ll provide the U.S. government with information about the daily routines of the Taliban, including how many Taliban were in the same training camps as Bergdahl, their weapons, tactics and even their plans for future actions against U.S. troops.”

Sadly, it’s unlikely that Americans will ever learn the whole truth about the Bergdahl deal, said Edward

Turzanski, co-chairman of the Foreign Policy Research Institute’s Center for the Study of Terrorism. “The Army had men in his unit sign confidentiality agreements, and I don’t have any confidence the Army will investigate this matter in a transparent way,” he told The ENQUIRER. “The Army will intimate that Bergdahl suffered mental trauma and likely will lock him up in a mental hospital where he’ll be shielded from the press and the public.”

Meanwhile, DC insiders say that the only way the Berghdahl fiasco will “disappear” as if the U.S gets involved in an ongoing crisis elsewhere which will allow Pres. Obama  to “redeem himself” in not only the eyes of his critics but the world.