While the country was distracted by the Chinese spy balloon over the weekend, the Biden admin. secretly freed one of the September 11th terrorist planners from Gitmo.
- The Biden regime quietly freed one of the terrorist planners behind the 9/11 attacks from Guantanamo Bay in Cuba over the weekend.
- “Today, more than 16 years after he was brought to Guantanamo Bay and almost a year after he completed a military commission sentence there, pursuant to a plea cooperation agreement with U.S. authorities, Majid Khan was transferred to Belize,” Khan’s legal team said.
- Forty-two-year-old Majid Khan is the first terrorist connected to the terrorist attacks over twenty years ago to be released by the Biden administration.
- “He is the first of the prisoners transferred from secret CIA detention to Guantánamo in September 2006 to be released, and the first third-country resettlement by the Biden administration. Mr. Khan and his legal team are deeply grateful to Belize for offering him a chance to begin a new life,” the statement continued.
- Two high-ranking United States officials and a former high-ranking government official recently told NBC that at least two more detainees will be moved from Gitmo in the coming weeks.
9/11 TERRORIST PLANNER MAJID KHAN ON BIDEN RELEASING HIM FROM PRISON:
“I have been given a second chance in life and intend to make the most of it,” Khan said. “The world has changed a lot in 20 years, and I have changed a lot as well. I promise all of you, especially the people of Belize, that I will be a productive, law-abiding member of society.”
- The release of Khan comes as a poll reveals just 37 percent of Democrats want Biden to seek a second presidential term.
- An Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll released Monday shows the number of Americans wanting Biden to serve another four years has dropped significantly from November 2022.
- While Biden has said repeatedly he plans to run again, the president has not made an official campaign announcement.
- A separate poll conducted by ABC and The Washington Post revealed 41% of Americans say they are in worse shape financially since Biden took office in January 2021.
- The poll significantly contrasts former President Donald Trump’s impact in office, when merely 13% of people said they were struggling financially.