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Osama bin Laden wanted to kill Obama so “unprepared” Biden would take over

That information was gleaned from declassified intel documents.

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During the early years of the Obama administration terrorist and Islamist murderer Osama bin Laden wanted to kill Barack Obama and also U.S. Army General David Petraeus.

Bin Laden’s reasoning was that if Obama were killed “totally unprepared” U.S. Vice-President Biden would become president and America would enter a crisis period. The cheap thug wanted Petraeus dead to stop U.S. military successes in Afghanistan. This data was found in declassified U.S. Intelligence documents.

Bin Laden wrote, “The reason for concentrating on them is that Obama is the head of infidelity and killing him automatically will make Biden take over the presidency…Biden is totally unprepared for that post, which will lead the U.S. into a crisis. As for Petraeus, he is the man of the hour … and killing him would alter the war’s path” in Afghanistan.

The now roasting in hell terrorist followed up with top lieutenant Atiyah Abd al-Rahman,“Please ask brother Ilyas to send me the steps he has taken into that work.” Bin Laden was eventually killed in a daring U.S. special operations assault into his Pakistani lair.

In a stunning example of Biden strategic ineptitude, after Bin Laden was killed in May of 2011 Biden said he had been against the special operations raid and claimed that “every single person in that room hedged their bet” except for CIA Director Leon Panetta, who supported striking the compound. It seems, according to the Biden account, those opposing the operation included Obama.

“Mr. President, my suggestion is, don’t go,” Biden said he told Obama. ” ‘We have to do two more things to see if he’s there.’ ” But Panetta must have changed Obama’s thinking and the raid was launched.

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Biden’s inability to recommend action when the U.S. had the chance to kill Bin Laden and Biden’s low rating from one of America’s greatest enemies does not bode well for the former veep’s potential future as Commander-in-Chief.

Will a foreign rival like the Russians, Iranians, Cubans, Chinese, or others consider these examples and come to the conclusion that Biden can be pushed around? Will that result in needless U.S. deaths around the globe?

Hopefully, the nation will not have to discover the answer.

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