Remember the Time Biden Got 17 Navy Seals and 14 Other Military Men Killed?


Do you remember when Joe Biden got 31 servicemen killed by running his mouth and identifying the Seal group that killed bin Laden.

Because he revealed that it was Seals Team Six, the bad guys knew who to target and a ship was brought down, killing 31 US servicemen, including 17 members of Seal Team Six. Yet, no one even considered punishing him for revealing classified information. How many could he kill as president? The possibilities are endless.

Not only were the SEAL team members furious and shocked over the big mouths of the Obama administration beating its chest with pride over the success of killing bin Laden, but the families were equally enraged. The message compromised the safety of the unit, as well as their families.

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At a gathering at the Ritz Carlton hotel in Washington, D.C. for the 50th anniversary of the Atlantic Council, a mere two days after the raid, Vice President Joe Biden remarked to the audience,

“Let me briefly acknowledge tonight’s distinguished honorees: Adm. Jim Stavridis is the real deal; he could tell you more about and understands the incredible, the phenomenal, the just almost unbelievable capacity of his Navy SEALS and what they did last — last Sunday.”

“And what was even more extraordinary was — and I’m sure former administration officials will appreciate this more than anyone — there was such an absolute, overwhelming desire to accomplish this mission that although for over several months, we were in the process of planning it, and there were as many as 16 members of Congress who were briefed on it, not a single, solitary thing leaked. I find that absolutely amazing,” Biden added.

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