Navy SEAL Who Killed Osama Bin Laden Blasts Biden For Downplaying Terrorism Threat From Al-Qaeda

The Navy SEAL who killed al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden blasted President Joe Biden ’s over his claims at a recent press conference that white supremacists were a “greater terrorism threat” than al-Qaeda, the terrorist organization responsible for the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks that killed thousands of Americans.

The Democratic president made the claims in his speech to commemorate 100 years since the Tulsa Race Massacre.

“We must not give hate a safe harbor. 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,” Biden said. 

“That’s not me. That’s the intelligence community under both Trump and under my administration,” he added.

Biden flew to Tulsa in Oklahoma on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the Tulsa attack, which killed some 300 African-Americans.

In his speech, the Democratic president went on to boast about a recently enacted bill that aims to combat hate crimes throughout the pandemic with focus on the rise in violence against Asian-Americans.

“Two weeks ago, I signed into law the Covid-19 Hate Crimes Act, which the House had passed to the Senate,” Biden said. 

“My administration will soon lay out our broader strategy to counter domestic terrorism and the violence driven by the most heinous hate crimes and other forms of bigotry,” he added.

Meanwhile, Robert J.O’Neill, who was credited with killing top terrorist bin Laden years after the September 11 attacks, took to Twitter to warn Biden of the danger of his “inaccurate” statements downplaying the terrorist acts of Al-Qaeda.

“This is the most dangerously inaccurate statement I have ever heard from a president,” J. O’Neill said. “More to follow, I’m sure.”

Other social media users also slammed Biden’s remarks.

“Those white supremacists are a real problem I tell ya,” Matt Walsh wrote, pairing the caption with a photo showing the $2 billion in damages caused by the Black Lives Matter  Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests across the country.

“Joe Biden just said that white supremacy is the greatest threat to our homeland. More than ISIS and more than Al-Qaeda. I don’t know what this man is talking about,” another one commented.

“Joe Biden is the biggest threat to the United States,” another user wrote.

The Federalist wrote: “Biden’s DHS Issues Another Baseless White Supremacy Warning For Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Events.”

“Contrary to Joe Biden’s blabbering, America’s greatest threat is not white supremacy. It is the systemic bigotry — and resulting violence — of the Left,” a former CIA ops officer said.

“I’m more concerned about the Biden Administration than I am White Supremacy,” another user commented.

“Spreading clearly false claims like this one creates totally unnecessary division, based on a lie,” Steve Cortez of Newsmax TV said. “It’s difficult to even find white supremacists in America today.”

Steeve Strange

Steeve is the CEO & Co-Founder of The Scoop.

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