Jaw Dropping Tweet By SEAL Team Six Member Who Killed Bin Laden Goes Viral
The world is backwards now, at least, in America it is.
The madness of the political climate in the U.S. has been highlighted by a tweet from the member of S.E.A.L. Team Six who shot and killed notorious terrorist Osama Bin Laden.
Robert J. O’Neill is the man who shot the mastermind of the 9/11 Terror Attacks and yet, he expressed just how screwed up this government is.
You’re truly not going to believe what the tweet from O’Neill read…
“20 years after 9/11. The Taliban controls Afghanistan. The guy who killed bin Laden is on a no-fly list.”
20 years after 9/11. The Taliban controls Afghanistan. The guy who killed bin Laden is on a no-fly list.
— Robert J. O'Neill (@mchooyah) September 12, 2021
My jaw literally dropped when I first read that. I could not believe it. If any man has proven himself to be on our side, it’s this man.
The question O’Neill is posing boils down to questioning who is in control of our lives. The mask mandates that have made their way around the U.S. are just one example of the political madness in the U.S. Delta Airlines has a mask mandate covering its staff and passengers.
In August, O’Neill took a selfie of himself unmasked beside unmasked staff and passengers on a flight. The former Navy S.E.A.L. captioned the image, “I’m not a p**sy!”
O’ Neill has been targeted by members of the left-wing media for his views on masks and the origins of the pandemic. The hero of the War on Terror explained his belief the COVID-19 pandemic originated in China and those who know nothing about chemical warfare are leading us down a dangerous path of ignorance.
O’Neill also told his many Twitter followers, “I know more about biological warfare than most of you. We were trained. These dumb a** masks do nothing. Nothing,” and insisted a bandana “does more harm than good.”
“I’m not afraid of the mob,” O’Neill wrote after facing backlash. “Come get some.” He also said in a series of tweets, “There is a time to act. Who’s with me?” and “I shook thousands of hands and gave thousands of hugs this week. I flew on some planes. I’ll be alive next week.”