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Code Pink Defends Bergdahl (With 2 Dozen Protestors)

From the Daily Caller:

Fewer Than 2 Dozen Protesters Show Up At Pro-Bergdahl White House Rally

By Jamie Weinstein | June 10, 2014

Fewer than two dozen protesters showed up to an anti-war, pro-Bowe Bergdahl rally in front of the White House Tuesday. Organizers, including Code Pink, the Answer Coalition and March Forward, billed the rally’s message in promotional material as, “Welcome Home Sgt. Bergdahl, End the War in Afghanistan Now, and Shut Down Guantanamo!”

Didn’t Code Pink hear Susan Rice say that Bergdahl "served with honor and distinction"?

Despite the poor turnout, the leftwing organizers said the American people were increasingly embracing their message.

“We’re here representing what we believe is the majority sentiment of the American people, even though there is not 140 million people here,” Brian Becker, executive director of the ANSWER Coalition, told The Daily Caller.

ANSWER are card-carrying Communists.

“I as well as Beau [sic] Bergdahl’s questions about the war in Afghanistan now represent the mainstream of the American people who after 12 years of war are saying, ‘Why are we in Afghanistan,’” Code Pink co-founder Medea Benjamin told TheDC. ”‘What are we doing there? Why are we spending so much money there?’ Let’s bring the troops home and focus on rebuilding America.” …

“We welcome Sgt. Bergdahl home and we hope others will follow suit and start to criticize what our military is doing,” one rally speaker said, referring to the American soldier who fellow comrades allege deserted them in Afghanistan before being captured by the Taliban…

What a surprise. By the way, Code Pink is a tax exempt 501c3 ‘charity,’ of course. The IRS would never question their bona fides.

This article was posted by Steve on Wednesday, June 11th, 2014. Comments are currently closed.

One Response to “Code Pink Defends Bergdahl (With 2 Dozen Protestors)”

  1. GetBackJack says:

    Code Pink trolls for George Soros financed handlers.

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