Fed-up Faulkner unloads on Biden after proposed terrorist plea deals: Our president ‘hates’ half the country

The Biden administration desecrated the memory of all those who died in the deadliest terrorist attacks ever carried out on domestic soil, not only using a speech on the 21st anniversary of 9/11 to further wage war on half of the nation but also making a deal with the man credited with being the mastermind of the deadly strikes on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon that would spare him and other terrorists from the death penalty.

Fox News’ Harris Faulkner reacted strongly to a CBS News report that the regime is in the process of negotiating plea deals with Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other defendants that would “take the death penalty off the table and keep the detention camp at the military base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, open for the foreseeable future,” expressing outrage and pointing out that Biden “hates at least half” of America.

Faulkner slammed the administration during Monday’s edition of “Outnumbered,” asking how the U.S. could still be considered a sovereign nation if there is to be no justice for the mass murder of Americans.

(Video: Fox News)

“I know that I can’t speak for every military family out there, but I’ll speak for mine,” she said. “I am truly sorry to all of them that we as a sovereign nation can’t continue to act like one. That’s the second time this hour that I have said that. It’s about the border, it’s about this issue.”

“If we don’t know what justice looks like when Americans are killed, are we then… are we then really a sovereign nation?” Faulkner asked. “Do we really, really love the citizens of this great nation? We have a president who hates at least half of them. How do we know? Because he keeps telling us.”

She was referring to Biden’s recent decision to drop the mask and fully reveal the fascist strongman beneath, putting his government on a war footing with tens of millions of his own citizens, most recently on the anniversary of 9/11.

“So what about those military families whose children went to war because of what happened? Faulkner continued. “Who willingly went and gave their lives, blood and treasure from America after we were hit.”

“They will never be the same, those families who lost their children and those men and women who are forever damaged from serving at war,” she said.

“What do we say to them when we say we’ll make a deal with these guys who took more than 3,000 lives of Americans in this country?” Faulkner asked. “On American soil. What do we say to those military families?”

According to CBS News, the “cases have stalled over access to CIA evidence and, more recently, delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic,” in addition to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the other terrorists whose lives would be spared are Ramzi Binalshibh, Mustafa Ahmed al-Hawsawi, Walid bin Attash and Ammar al-Baluchi.

“The families are outraged,” Debra Burlingame, whose brother was a pilot on hijacked American Airlines Flight 77 that hit the Pentagon, told the outlet. “They don’t want closure, they want justice.”

And as Faulkner pointed out, the plea deals are also a slap in the face to the families who lost loved ones in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan after the attacks.

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