Osama Bin Laden Wanted Biden to Be President So ‘He Would Lead US into Crisis’
Terror mastermind banned Biden from being assasinated
Osama Bin Laden banned terrorist group Al-Qaeda from assassinating Joe Biden because he believed the Democrat would do a good enough job of destroying the United States by becoming President.
Neon Nettle first reported on the revelations in 2020 after declassified documents revealed bin Laden planned to assassinate then-President Barack Obama and push the United States into crisis by making incompetent Biden president.
The documents were unearthed from Bin Laden’s Pakistani compound in 2011 and later published by Fox News Editor Gregg last year.
Bin Laden told a top Al-Qaeda official he was directing the terrorist group to create two groups to watch for and to target U.S. aircraft that was carrying then-president Obama.
He then told Al-Qaeda “not to target visits by U.S. Vice President Biden.”
Bin Laden penned the 48-page missive in May 2010 to an aide identified as 'Brother Shaykh Mahmud,' real name Atiyah Abd al-Rahman.
On page 36, Bin Laden writes of his plot to attack Obama and ex-CIA director David Petraeus.
"Obama is the head of infidelity, and killing him automatically will make Biden take over the presidency for the remainder of the term, as it is the norm over there."
"Biden is totally unprepared for that post, which will lead the US into a crisis."
He then adds:
"As for Petraeus, he is the man of the hour in this last year of the war, and killing him would alter the war's path."
But intelligence analysts said the plots were not realistic or amounted to anything.
Biden is now facing massive backlash for withdrawing American troops from Afghanistan.
In light of the Afghan government’s downfall, Biden attempted to blame Trump for allegedly leaving him with a bad deal that forced the current administration to remove troops.
Biden took full responsibility for his decision to withdraw troops from Afghanistan while simultaneously claiming that Trump’s negotiations forced him into pulling U.S. military support for the Afghan government.
Meanwhile, the Navy SEAL who was credited with killing Osama bin Laden blasted Biden for downplaying the threat from al-Qaeda
“We must not give hate a safe harbor," Biden said.
"As I said in my address to the joint session of Congress, according to the Intelligence Community, terrorism from white supremacy is the most lethal threat to the homeland today, not ISIS, not Al-Qaeda — white supremacists,” he added.
NOW - Biden: “Terrorism from white supremacy is the most lethal threat to the homeland today.”pic.twitter.com/pXDeQuVusF— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) June 1, 2021
NAVY Seal, Robert J. O’Neill, who killed bin Laden, blasted Biden's remarks on Twitter:
"This is the most dangerously inaccurate statement I have ever heard from a president. More to follow, I’m sure.”