NDAA What You Might Not Know! Gitmo Detainees Get To Go Home.


Under the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that was passed last week there is not much known yet about it. One little tidbit to surface is, the protection of Guantanamo Bay Detainees.

Thanks to Human Rights First, a civil rights advocacy group. More than half of the detainees will now be released. Provisions to include the annual law that sets overall Pentagon spending and policies for the coming year, would expedite the review process for releasing terrorism suspects and set up safeguards to ensure that former detainees do not resume terrorist activities and are not mistreated when they return home.


Well as this should come as no surprise to any of us either the one and only Sen Feinstein had a comment about this as well.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, lauded the new measure, noting that detainees cleared for transfer who remain at the prison do so “at great expense to the taxpayer [and] continue to damage our reputation as a champion of human rights.”

“I strongly believe it is time to transfer these detainees out of Guantanamo and close the prison once and for all,” she said.


I know you might be asking yourself, is this the same Feinstein who seems like her life’s goal is to strip the American people from their second amendment. Well to answer you yes it is. What rights do we as Americans have? Her concern and obviously the concern of every other that voted for this is for the  terrorist and their humane rights.

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