Biden Admin is Giving a Pass to U.S. Soldier Who Defected to North Korea

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The Travis King case is already starting to resemble the Bowe Bergdahl case. King appears to have tried to defect to North Korea. The Norks decided that they didn’t want him, but the Biden administration sure does.

And he’s not getting the treatment allotted to a defector, but to some kind of war hero.

“U.S. officials have secured the return of Private Travis King from the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea,” White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said in a statement. “We appreciate the dedication of the interagency team that has worked tirelessly out of concern for Private King’s wellbeing.”

His wellbeing?

A US military official who spoke to said that questions about a court martial or other sanctions on King for his actions would be deferred for the time being, while he receives any necessary medical or psychological care.

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