The former director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and National Security Agency (NSA) supported the idea of dropping “the MAGA wearing unvaxxed” Afghanistan which is now controlled by the Taliban.
The four-star Air Force General Michael Hayden, who was once in charge of keeping the American people safe, responded to a tweet on Twitter which read: “Can we send the MAGA wearing unvaxxed to Afghanistan, no use sending that plane back empty?”
“Good idea,” Hayden shockingly responded, drawing massive criticism. The former CIA director took things even further when he retweeted an image of the Taliban riding into Kabul with Trump supporters at a car rally. The caption said “Their Taliban, Our Taliban.”
This man was in charge of keeping the American people safe from threats but openly supports violence against Trump supporters. The swamp runs deep.
Good idea https://t.co/pn6xcWTtc8
— Gen Michael Hayden (@GenMhayden) August 22, 2021
— SophieRoseShebop (@SShebop) August 20, 2021
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The comments from Hayden shouldn’t come as a surprise considering he was in charge when the NSA spied on American citizens. Check out what the Daily Caller reported:
Hayden served as director of the NSA from 1999-2005 and CIA from 2006-2009 under the administration of President George W. Bush. He is best known for being the architect of the NSA’s warrantless wiretapping program of American citizens that was exposed in a Pulitzer Prize-winning report by the New York Times in 2006.
During the Trump administration, Hayden became a fixture on cable news and a vocal critic of the president as a national security analyst for CNN.
He has also previously come under fire for inflammatory tweets such as in 2018 when he tweeted a picture of the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp in order to criticize President Donald Trump’s immigration policies.
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