Former Gitmo Officer Condemns Obama’s Terrorist Transfers


Obama transferred four Guantanamo Bay detainees to Saudi Arabia Thursday, as he continues to empty the prison housing some of the most dangerous terrorists.  

There are now only 55 detainees remaining at Gitmo, with 19 of those deemed “eligible for transfer.”

Montgomery Granger, a former Guantanamo Bay officer, was a guest on Fox & Friends Sunday. He identified four of the 19 on the transfer list who “could easily inspire acts of terror” if they are released. Granger said those four on the list yet to be released are the “nuclear weapons of jihad.”

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He stated that “these four, because of their skills, experience, and disposition, they could successfully lead and inspire others in deadly operations against the U.S. and our allies.” Yet they are on Obama’s list to be released.

See the interview with Granger below:

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