Bin Laden Wanted to Kill Obama to Make “Totally Unprepared Biden” President
Joe Biden couldn’t make a correct decision on real time foreign policy if his life depended on it. Which is likely why Osama bin Laden wanted him to be President – to sow chaos in America. The plan never came to fruition.
Documents obtained during the raid at the bin Laden compound in 2011 revealed the fact that the terrorist leader wanted his terrorist colleagues to target Obama and CIA director David Petraeus specifically so that Biden would become President.
bin Laden wrote,
“The reason for concentrating on them is that Obama is the head of infidelity and killing him will automatically make Biden take over the presidency for the remainder of the term, as it is the norm over there. Biden is totally unprepared for that post, which will lead the United States into a crisis.”
So is Biden more prepared for it at this point? Nah. Right now he’d be hard pressed to find his way home from the grocery store.
“The secretive documents, first reported in 2012 by The Washington Post, outlined a plan to take out Obama and top U.S. military commander David Petraeus as they traveled by plane…
…”Please ask brother Ilyas to send me the steps he has taken into that work,”bin Laden wrote to the top lieutenant, Atiyah Abd al-Rahman. Kashmiri wouldn’t get too far along in the plot, however; he was killed in 2011 in a U.S. drone strike shortly after bin Laden himself was shot to death by Navy SEALs.”
It has been widely reported that Joe Biden waffled on killing bin Laden, claiming that he told Obama not to do it, then backtracked saying he told him to go. It was also reported that he was not in favor of killing Soleimani because he couldn’t see any “evidence of imminent action” by the terrorist who was responsible for killing hundreds of Americans.
Decision making is not Biden’s gig.
Robert Gates, Obama’s Secretary of Defense stated in a 2014 memoir that Biden has been “wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades.” When pressed about his statement, Gates told reporters that he stood by it.
The Washington Examiner reported,
“Every other account of the decision-making process indicates that the former vice president’s first version was true and his later accounts were not. In 2012, he said his advice was, ‘Don’t go.’ By 2015, he had settled on saying he’d privately told Obama to ‘go.’
The former vice president’s most recent descriptions of his stance — when he morphed from vocal opponent of the raid, to private supporter of it — contradicts the public accounts of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former Secretary of Defense Bob Gates, former CIA Director Leon Panetta, and Obama himself.”
Biden’s decisions are so far out there that they raise the hair on the back of your neck. Daniel Greenfield from the NY Mag, wrote:
After the attacks of September 11, Joe Biden proposed, “this would be a good time to send, no strings attached, a check for $200 million to Iran.”
His future boss would go on to illegally send billions in foreign currency on unmarked planes.
But Biden’s remark didn’t come out of nowhere. In 2002, shortly after his $200 million check proposal, he addressed the American Iranian Council. The AIC had been founded by Housang Amirahmadi, who ran for the presidency of Iran. Three times. Later that year, Biden was raising big money from Iran supporters and urging that Iran be allowed to join the WTO.
Biden is not a pawn of the Terror Caucus. He’s a founding member.
Joe Biden had celebrated the Islamic takeover of Iran. During the Iran Hostage Crisis, he had opposed the rescue of American hostages. In the nineties, he had called for an end to US broadcasts into Iran.
“Biden’s political games have made him Tehran’s favorite senator,” an opinion piece in the Washington Post noted.
Biden’s ability to make decisions has grown worse in those 9 years since the Osama bin Laden raid. He’s been volatile, confused, and contradictory in his actions. The “presumptive” Democrat nominee… will they actually pick him at the convention this summer? That is the question.
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