Bin Laden: Biden is unprepared and will lead the US to a crisis, he’s not a target

WASHINGTON – The assassination of Osama bin Laden on May 2, 2011, by US special forces brought joy to the world and at least partial relief to the relatives of those killed in the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States. But with the assassination of bin Laden, documents of the terrorist №1 were brought to the United States, which gradually began to appear in the world. has a letter from Osama bin Laden wrote in the spring of 2010 to his “brother from al-Qaeda” and registered in the archives of SOCOM – United States Special Operations Command.

In it, the terrorist wrote that al-Qaeda should not turn its attention to “Vice President” Joe Biden, but to President Barack Obama because bin Laden believes that he is much more dangerous to the terrorist movement than Joe. Bin Laden expressed his opinion in the letter that if one day Joe Biden becomes president of the United States, he will lead the country to a crisis. Joe Biden “is completely unprepared to lead the United States,” bin Laden wrote in the letter.

Bin Laden advised his interlocutor in the letter that if al Qaeda carried out attacks, they should be aimed at the planes of US President Barack Obama, and not at those of Vice President Joe Biden. “They are not to target visits by US Vice President Biden. The groups will remain on the lookout for Obama or Petraeus,” bin Laden wrote. At the time, David Petraeus was director of the CIA.

Osam was Laden’s plan was to carry out attacks on US President Barack Obama so that Joe Biden could take over the US presidency. “Biden is totally unprepared for that post, which will lead the US into a crisis.” As for Petraeus, he is the man of the house in this last year of the war, and killing him would alter the war’s path.”

Bin Laden: Biden is unprepared and will lead the US to a crisis, he's not a target
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