Osama Bin Laden predicted that Joe Biden would plunge America into chaos long before it ever happened.
While Barrack Obama was in office, Bin Laden had hoped he’d be able to kill the President so that his VP (Joe Biden) would take over.
Bin Laden had believed that if Joe Biden were to be forced into the White House, he would lead America to a crisis.
Bin Laden even went as far as to all out ban Al-Qaeda from attempting to assassinate Joe Biden.
The Daily Mail reported, Osama bin Laden banned al Qaeda from assassinating Joe Biden because the Democrat would become an incompetent president and ‘lead the US into a crisis’ if jihadists were successful in killing Barack Obama.
Bin Laden made the remark in a 2010 letter that was found in a trove of documents at the Pakistan compound where he was killed by US special forces in 2011.
The document was made public all the way back in 2012. It has become relevant once again, now that Bin Laden’s predictions have come to actualization.
Joe Biden was elected President rather than having been made President after a fatality in the White House.
Biden has now undoubtedly led America into a crisis during his handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal.
Joe Biden’s incompetence and cognitive decline was observable by the world long before he was even a front runner for President of the United States.
Now he sits in the Oval Office, only because the citizenry was so opposed to Donald Trump’s personality that they would have rather voted for a cognitively incapable candidate.
Bin Laden wrote a 48 page paper in 2010 detailing a plan to assassinate Barrack Obama and lead America to its doom from the inside.
Al-Qaeda would have to do nothing but watch Joe Biden fail as a leader.
“Obama is the head of infidelity and killing him automatically will make Biden take over the presidency for the remainder of the term, as it is the norm over there. Biden is totally unprepared for that post, which will lead the US into a crisis”, Bin Laden wrote.
The man who planned the 9/11 terrorist attacks wanted Joe Biden at the seat of our government.