Terrorism

Troubling Connection Discovered Between Barack Obama and Al Qaeda

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Despite all his numerous shortcomings as president, Barack Obama will always be able to lay claim to being the man occupying the White House when Osama bin Laden was killed.

Just one problem. Even that legacy now appears to be tainted by Obama’s treasonous maneuvering in search of actual achievement.

You see, in 2012, it appeared the Republicans might just have a shot at unseating America’s first black president following Obama’s disastrous first term.

The one and only thing Obama’s team could put forward to endear him to the public was his role as commander-in-chief when bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan was successfully raided.

To highlight this, the Obama White House released 17 carefully selected documents from among those seized from bin Laden’s compound.

But there were a LOT more than 17 documents in that cache. In fact, there were 470,000, meaning that a mere 17 couldn’t possibly paint an accurate picture of where Al Qaeda was at just a year after its leader’s death.

No matter, Obama wanted us to think he had Al Qaeda on the run, that he was the presidential candidate who would best protect us from terrorism.

So he hid the rest of the evidence.

Well, Trump’s now spilling the beans, and it turns out there’s evidence in all those documents that at the time of the 2012 election and in the subsequent years, Obama actually helped STRENGTHEN Al Qaeda.

Sure, it might have been inadvertent, but we once again have evidence of Barack Obama endangering national security in service to his own personal agenda.

Via Conservative Tribune:

Some documents showed that Al Qaeda was adapting to the U.S.’s efforts to eliminate its leaders.

Perhaps more importantly, the newly-released documents also showed that the terrorist group was forming close alliances with Iran — the same nation that Barack Obama wanted to extend an olive branch to during his second term.

“Revealing to the American people the truth about Osama bin Laden’s cozy working relationship with the Iranian government might have fatally undermined that diplomatic quest, just as the ongoing vitality of al Qaeda, amply testified to in the bin Laden documents, would have contradicted Obama’s proud claims in 2012 that al Qaeda was ‘on the run,’” summarized The Standard.

Biz Pac Review added:

Within the thousands of documents there lies a damning 19-page assessment by a senior jihadist with al Qaeda – Tehran ties: how Iran supplied “everything we needed,” including “money, arms” and “training in Hezbollah camps in Lebanon,” including safe haven for other jihadis, the New York Post reported.

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