Biden’s latest middle finger to America: Releases 9/11 hijacker from Gitmo for his “mental health”


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GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA- Figured it out yet, America? The Biden administration is not on your side.

From ignoring the supply chain crisis to now refusing to do anything to relieve Americans’ pain at the pumps by their refusal to go back to Trump-era oil exploration, this administration is doing everything they can to inflict as much pain on the American people as they are willing to take.

On Monday, in the ultimate middle-finger to the American people, the administration released the so-called “20th hijacker” from the September 11 attacks from Guantanamo Bay and sent him home to Saudi Arabia, the New York Post reports.

Mohammad Ahmad al-Qahtani, 46, was flown back to Saudi Arabia after the Biden administration reversed yet another Trump policy, whereby the former president contested al-Qahtani’s release and repatriation in his home country.

The release was facilitated after a review board, consisting of both military and intelligence officials, ruled that al-Qahtani could be released from US custody in Club Gitmo after he had been incarcerated there for some 20 years.

Medial examinations and records obtained by his lawyers showed the psycho suffered from mental illness, including schizophrenia, since childhood, the Post  reported.

“After two decades without a trial in U.S. custody, Mohammed will now receive the psychiatric care he has long needed in Saudi Arabia, with the support of his family,” said Ramzi Kassem, a law professor at the City University of New York, who represented the would-be terrorist for over a decade along with help from his students.

“Keeping him at Guantanamo, where he was tortured and then repeatedly attempted suicide, would have been a likely death sentence.”

According to defense officials, al-Qahtani had been trained by al Qaeda and was to join the hijackers who would ultimately commandeer four civilian airliners and crash them into the World Trade Centers, the Pentagon and hopefully the US Capitol, the last of which was foiled by the brave passengers on United Airlines flight 93.

In August 2001, al-Qahtani was turned away from the U.S. by alert immigration officers at the Orlando International Airport, who were suspicious of his travel plans. Documents showed that lead Sept. 11 hijacker Mohammed Atta planned to pick al Qahtani to participate in the plot.

Al-Qahtani was eventually picked up in Afghanistan and sent to Guantanamo Bay in 2002, officials said.

According to the Pentagon, al-Qahtani was allegedly subjected to brutal interrogations at the facility, which the legal official in charge of war crimes commissions said amounted to torture.

Among the treatment alleged included beatings, exposure to extreme temperatures and noise, sleep deprivation and extended periods of solitary confinement. Kind of like the January 6 protesters from the US Capitol siege have experienced, according to some reports. Biden (of course) has said he intends to close Gitmo.

After the alleged torture was discovered, the George W. Bush administration dropped plans to put al-Qahtani on trial.

In 2002, al-Qahtani was seen by an FBI official speaking to non-existent people, hearing voices and crouching in a corner of his cell while covering himself with a sheet for hours at a time, reports say.

After al-Qahtani’s release, Gitmo currently houses 38 prisoners, with half of them having been approved for repatriation or resettlement by the review board.

“The United States appreciates the willingness of Saudi Arabia and other partners to support ongoing US efforts toward a deliberate and thorough process focused on responsibly reducing the detainee population and ultimate closing of the Guantanamo Bay facility,” the Department of Defense said in a statement.

Fox News meanwhile said it hasn’t yet been decided what to do with the other half who have not yet been cleared for release. Maybe the Biden administration can trade them for some oil, since they appear to be wiling to barter with terrorists for oil instead of using what we have underground.

Ten prisoners face trial by military commission, including five charged in connection with the Sept. 11 attacks. Their death penalty case, Fox News says, has been stalled for years in the pretrial phase.

For further embarrassment from the “Brandon” administration, we invite you look at our piece about our illustrious vice president comparing Jan 6 to Sept. 11.


WASHINGTON, D.C. – One year after the so-called “insurrection” at the Capitol, Vice President Kamala Harris asserted that the events of January 6, 2021 were comparable to the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

At the very beginning of a speech at the Capitol on January 6, 2022, Harris compared those two horrific events to the events of January 6, 2021, saying:

“Certain dates echo throughout history, including certain dates that instantly remind all who have lived through them where they were and what they were doing when our democracy came under assault.

“Dates that occupy not only a place on our calendars, but a place in our collective memory: December 7, 1941, September 11, 2001, and January 6, 2021.”


Naturally, many individuals took exception to the egregious comparison.

TV personality John Cardillo pointed out the obvious differences in devastating loss of life, tweeting:

“9/11: 2977 innocents dead

“Pearl Harbor: 2403 Americans dead

“Jan 6th: One death. Unarmed #AshliBabbitt killed by an inept Capitol cop,

@KamalaHarris’s comparison is disgraceful and insults the memories of those we lost.”

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich pointed out that the attacks on Pearl Harbor and September 11 also both led to war, noting:

“Kamala Harris comparison ofJanuary 6 to Pearl Harbor and 9/11 was just plain embarrassing.

“Even with the decay of California schools she should have known that thousands died at both and both led to wars. Embarrassingly ignorant.”

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Former New York Police Department Commissioner Bernard Kerik, who was at the helm during the response to the attacks on September 11, 2001, pulled no punches when he tweeted that Harris is an “incompetent fool” and a “disgrace”:

“VP @KamalaHarris’ comparison to the out of control protest and trespassing on 1/6, to the attacks on America on Pearl Harbor and 9/11 where 5,380 Americans died, is nothing more than political theater by an incompetent fool.

“She is a disgrace to the office she holds.”

Judge Jeanine Pirro referred to Harris’s comparisons as “outright fantasy,” tweeting:

“At a time of great consequence in history, Kamala Harris engages not in hyperbole, but outright fantasy.

“She is a joke, and not the funny kind.”

Others took to social media to point out Harris’ obvious hypocrisy of condemning the actions on January 6 while ignoring, if not enabling, the criminal activities involved in the widespread BLM/Antifa riots throughout the United States.

Twitter user Greg Price wrote:

“When a two-hour riot happened at the Capitol, Kamala Harris compared it to 9/11 and Pearl Harbor.

“When neighborhoods in Minneapolis were burned to the ground, Kamala Harris helped raise bail money for the people who did it.”

Author, conservative pundit, and BLEXIT founder Candace Owens noted additional hypocrisy on the part of Harris, asserting that Harris and Joe Biden made themselves available to talk freely about the events of January 6, but had relatively little to say after the Biden administration’s disastrous and deadly pullout from Afghanistan:

“Biden and Harris were unavailable to address the nation after they abandoned American citizens and troops to die in Afghanistan.

“But they are fully available to play-pretend about ‘January 6th’.

“The Democrats continue to be a national disgrace.”

Harris also came under criticism for playing fast and loose with history.

She intoned later in her speech:

“You know, I wonder how will January 6 come to be remembered in the years ahead.

“Will it be remembered as a moment that accelerated the unraveling of the oldest, greatest democracy in the world?”

Setting aside for a moment the fact that the United States is actually a Constitutional republic, Harris apparently ignored centuries of history, which Twitter users were only to happy to point out.

One wrote:

“The oldest and greatest democracy in the world”….. eh??? where did she go to school?”

Another threw in a bit of historical perspective, tweeting:

“Kamala Harris on Capital hill ‘we are preserving the greatest and oldest democracy in the world’

“Oh dear. 

“The concepts (and name) of democracy and constitution as a form of government originated in ancient Athens circa 508 B.C.”

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Fact check: Kamala Harris repeatedly lied about Afghanistan withdrawal during interview

Originally published December 29, 2021

WASHINGTON, DC –Vice President Kamala Harris stood by President Biden’s chaotic and tragic troop withdrawal from Afghanistan during a televised interview on Sunday while making several false statements trying to place blame on former President Trump for the failures.

Vice President Harris said during a CBS’s Face the Nation that she “fully supported” President Joe Biden’s pullout, which abandoned American citizens and allies inside the country, trapped by the Taliban.

“I fully supported the president’s decision to after what was taking on the fact of being an endless war, of pulling American troops out, and I think it’s really important to remember that the previous administration negotiated a deal with the Taliban…

“(The Trump administration) did not invite the Afghan government to be at the table and negotiated a deal that- that required and promised as part of an agreement that we would pull out by the end of May.

“So, we were saddled with that responsibility based on an agreement between the United States and the Taliban.”

However, a Breitbart News politics editor Matthew Boyle report made in September 2020 disproves the Vice President’s claim that the Trump administration failed to invite the Afghan government to the negotiating table. In the report, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said:

“These negotiations follow the Feb. 29 agreement between the United States and Taliban leaders that laid out the framework for U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan…

“… including most importantly a Taliban commitment not to harbor terrorists from groups like al-Qaeda, which they were doing when they were in power before and in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States in 2001.”

In the same report, Secretary Pompeo described the deal being sought by the Trump administration at the time, which included conditions to meet any deadline.

He explained there were three requirements set forth by the United States before any agreement for withdrawal would be possible.

According to Secretary Pompeo, the requirements broadcast to the Taliban and the Afghan government were:

  1. “There is an obligation they have with respect to foreign terrorist groups — primarily al-Qaeda, but all four terrorist groups — they are not permitted, and the language is very clear that they are not permitted and that they have to break with them.”
  2. “They have to engage in these conversations in a way that is substantive and not just physically sit in the room, but they need to have serious conversations and begin to work their way through it.”
  3. “They have a responsibility as part of that to ensure that outside actors don’t act as spoilers for this, and there are many hands who would like to see this undone and would like to see America mired in Afghanistan for another 20 years.”

Biden's latest middle finger to America: Releases 9/11 hijacker from Gitmo for his "mental health"

Pompeo added that the conditions would be monitored by the U.S. to ensure compliance before any agreement was reached:

“Both the Afghan government and the Taliban have a responsibility to prevent that. Those are the conditions, we’ll measure them.

There’s a set of CT metrics that’s pretty clearly laid out. We’ll measure them and the president will make a decision if there’s sufficient compliance to get us to zero.”

Pompeo also foreshadowed the problems that the Trump administration was trying to avoid, and the Biden administration appears to have failed to consider.

Pompeo said that before any plan on withdrawal could be drawn up, there needed to be plans on how the Afghan government would be assembled, how power would be shared, and what to do about a militarized Taliban:

“In the end, the central challenge is what will the Afghan government look like. What will be the power-sharing arrangement?

This is a challenge anytime you have throughout history insurgencies and other times when nations have civil strife.

“We took al-Qaeda out, and the Taliban still have weapons and the capacity to inflict damage. We made clear to them when I met with them today — the Taliban — that they have an obligation to reduce violence immediately and significantly so these negotiations can proceed.

So, there will be issues of power-sharing and how the government is established at the center of the conversation.”

Vice President Harris admitted during the interview that President Trump’s agreement called for a withdrawal of troops by May.

However, her claim of Trump agreeing to a deadline at the end of May is false. The Trump administration’s deal required all American troops to withdraw by May 1.

If the deadline were not met, the Taliban said they would end a months-long cease-fire.

The Trump administration wanted the May 1 deadline because weather conditions would make any Taliban takeover during the withdrawal difficult.

President Biden did not withdraw until the end of August, during which time the Taliban overran the country and took power.

When President Biden withdraw troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban quickly toppled the Afghan government, seized billions of dollars’ worth of American weapons and equipment left behind, and created a scene of Americans fleeing the country at Kabul Airport which has been described as another Saigon, referring to the rushed and panicked flight of Americans out of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War.


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