Obama lies again: About Value of Cuban Spy Released in Exchange?

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  1. righteousdude2

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    Could the recent exchange of spies/prisoners between Cuba and America, one of the selling points of the Obama led attempt to bring a change in Cuban/American relations, been another "ruse?" We have heard him lie about Obamacare. About Benghazi. About the IRS and NSA and the VA. About the Bergdahl swap. And once again, Obama may have told us what he felt we needed to hear to make the prisoner swap seem like a sweet deal for us, while in fact it was not worth anything! The Cuban spy, called a high-value spy, may not have been worth anything considering the that the man misled his American captors by feeding them lie after lie!

    At the center of the swap is the purported spy whom President Barack Obama labeled "one of the most important intelligence agents that the United States has ever had in Cuba" ..... Gaede goes on to claim that both the CIA and the FBI knew from the start that Sarraff was a fake – or a "dangle" in spy talk – and that labeling him now as a valuable agent is just a political ploy to make the prisoner swap with Cuba more easily digestible for conservative lawmakers in the U.S. SEE:http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/ne...e-provided-us-false-intelligence-former-mole/

    Someone needs to stop this president before he trades Manhatten for a plush tropical "beach" resort in the middle of Siberia!

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