O'Reilly: Army is Stonewalling Process to Charge Bergdahl
Bill O'Reilly tonight said that terrorism is overwhelming the Obama administration and that the Army is stonewalling the process to charge Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
O'Reilly explained that a host of former Obama administration officials feel that the president has no plan to defeat Islamic terrorism.
Most recently, former Defense Intelligence Agency Chief Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn slammed the White House for not having a strategy to fight the jihad and also for refusing to use the term "Islamic militants."
O'Reilly noted Flynn's comments and said that 10 Democratic senators told Obama that if there is no progress in the Iran nuclear negotiations by March, they will join Republicans in embarrassing him by passing sanctions.
"Iran is the centerpiece of this terror war," he said. "If Iran gets a nuke, the jihad gains incredible power."
He also explained that the jihad is tied into the Bergdahl situation, since he was traded for five top Taliban terrorists in May 2014. O'Reilly said that Bergdahl is awaiting his fate from the Army even though "by all accounts the investigation has been completed for months."
Earlier this week, it was reported that the White House is pressuring the Army to go "easy" on Bergdahl.
"But the facts show that Bergdahl did desert his unit, was captured by the Taliban in Afghanistan because of the desertion and was held by them for five years," he said. "The sane way to do this is to charge Bergdahl with desertion. And then on humanitarian grounds, the president would pardon him. But the Sgt. would lose back pay and be dishonorably discharged. That's what should happen."
"Bottom line is the Army knows exactly what Bergdahl did and is stonewalling the process," O'Reilly said.
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