Obama Makes Worst Trade Since Indians Sold Manhattan for $24

Photo Credit: AP / IntelCenteBy Wayne Allyn Root.

The Indians were robbed. They were conned into selling Manhattan for $24 of trinkets in 1626.

That was the worst trade in history. Until now.

President Barack Obama’s trade for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl now joins the infamous list of “Worst Trades in History.”

In the sports world there have been many legendary bad trades. Julius Irving. Kobe Bryant. Nolan Ryan. Hershel Walker to the Minnesota Vikings for an entire team of players and draft picks that led to three Super Bowl victories for the Dallas Cowboys.

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Inside the Senate briefing on the Bergdahl prisoner swap: More frustration from Congress with a secretive Obama White House

By On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: This is a FOX News alert. Just minutes ago, right behind us, on Capitol Hill, the Obama administration finished briefing the full Senate on the Bergdahl swap.

EPUBLICAN SENATOR SAXBY CHAMBLISS, who is the ranking member on the Intel Committee, just came from that classified session. He joins us.

Good evening, sir.

SEN. SAXBY CHAMBLISS, R-GA.: Hello, Greta. Good to be with you.

VAN SUSTEREN: Are you satisfied, sir, with what you learned in that classified briefing that the White House was right in not giving you notice that this was going to happen?

CHAMBLISS: No. I’m more convinced than ever, Greta, that the White House played this so close to the vest intentionally and made a determination not to give Congress notice. They — I still don’t know the reason why. I heard what they said today but it made no sense whatsoever. And in my opinion, they made a calculation early on in the process that we’re going to do this and no need to notify Congress.

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“Boys Are For Pleasure”: SEAL Says Bergdahl’s “Very Effiminate Look” Was Taliban Propaganda

By Greg Hengler.

Here’s former Navy SEAL, Brandon Webb with Wolf Blitzer:

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