Family Speaks Out After Their Son Was Killed Searching for Deserter Bowe Bergdahl
It seems that the Obama administration had no idea that people would be so angry about the homecoming of Bowe Bergdahl — to them, they probably saw it as an easy way to rehab Obama’s image by bringing home America’s only POW. But when that POW was a deserter who cost the lives of six honorable soldiers, it’s to be expected that there will be blowback, and especially from the families whose loved ones were killed because of Bergdahl.
The mother and father of Second Lieutenant Darryn Andrews are angry that they have been told different stories about how their son died.
First his commanders said that their son was blown up while hunting a Taliban commander — but only now that Bergdahl has been freed after five years in captivity are they learning the truth.
Lt Andrews’ parents told MailOnline that their own son branded Bergdahl a ‘deserter’ before he was killed.
In an exclusive interview his father Andy Andrews told MailOnline: ‘For his family it’s good to get him back but we will never be able to get our son back because of the actions of this guy (Bergdahl).
‘I think people need to be aware that the guy was not a hero and American lives have been lost trying to save this deserter’.
Even though countless soldiers were either wounded or killed for their son, the deserter scumbag, the Bergdahls have the nerve to be tweeting terrorist-friendly propaganda left and right and giving thanks to Allah. Where are the thanks to the men who gave their lives for their son, even though he absolutely was not worth the sacrifice? Those seem to be in short supply.
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