On Thursday, the Biden administration released a ‘high-value’ Al Qaeda terrorist and former courier from Guantánamo Bay after being held for two decades for his role in numerous terrorist plots including a bombing in Indonesia. All three networks ignored this latest instance of the Biden administration putting the world in danger by releasing dangerous terrorists during each of their morning and evening newscasts since the news broke on Thursday.
Instead of reporting on this story on Monday night, the three networks decided local weather reports (ABC), AMC charging more for better movie theater seats (CBS), and a segment on the degenerate Grammy Awards (NBC) were more important than Biden releasing an Al Qaeda terrorist.
In an attempt to blunt criticism, ABC did manage to run a brief story on the story that was relegated to their low-rated streaming news show ABC News Live Prime.
Thankfully, our friends at the Washington Free Beacon were on the case with Phillip Caldwell reporting that the terrorist Majid Kahn “was released in Belize roughly one year after the end of his sentence. His release from the Guantánamo detention center, where he was a ‘high-value’ prisoner, was delayed because of difficulty finding a country willing to resettle him.”
"White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Thursday described Khan's release as part of the administration's ‘deliberate and thorough process, focused on responsibly reducing the detainee population’ at Guantánamo Bay,” Caldwell wrote.
Khan was dangerous because he worked with “Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, who orchestrated the 9/11 attacks, and participated in the logistics of terrorist plots,” according to the Free Beacon.
Khan even ended up “couriering $50,000 to terrorists who killed 12 in a 2003 hotel bombing in Indonesia,” before being “captured in Pakistan in 2003.”
This wasn’t the first time the Biden administration had released a terrorist with involvement in the 9/11 attacks while the media helped him run cover. On March 8, 2022, all three networks yawned as Biden released the man who was supposed to be the 20th hijacker in the 9/11 attacks.
This bias by omission from the three networks was made possible by Red Lobster on ABC, Fidelity on CBS, and Liberty Mutual on NBC. Their information is linked.