Cowboys Player Criticises Biden For Releasing Brittney Griner, Then Deletes His Harsh Tweets

The news that WNBA star Brittney Griner had been released from Russian detention about 10 months after being detained for carrying vape cartridges containing hashish oil through a Moscow airport shocked the world on Thursday morning.

According to a U.S. official who spoke to Fox News, Griner was released from a Russian jail colony in exchange for Russian arms trader Viktor Bout. Veteran U.S. Marine Paul Whelan was not a party to the discussion. In 2018, Whelan received a 16-year sentence for espionage-related offenses.

Micah Parsons, a standout linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys, was aware of Whelan’s absence from the transaction. “Wait, no! Did we abandon a marine? Hell, no “Parsons published a message on Twitter.

Early on Thursday morning, President Biden posted a photo with Vice President Kamala Harris and Griner’s wife Cherelle to mark Griner’s release.

The tweet stated, “Moments ago I spoke to Brittney Griner.” “She’s secure. She’s in the air. She had left for home.” Since Griner has been out of the country for several months, the administration has been under increasing political pressure to bring him home.

However, it appears even bringing Griner home will not be enough to win Parsons’ support in 2024. “Just had a conversation with a few people I respect and trust.

Instead of tweeting out of emotion for my family and other veterans, I should have done more research on the subject. For that, I’m sorry “Parsons published in a tweet.

“The best result was achieved, assuming what I’ve been informed about the efforts to return Ret Marine Paul Whelan home is accurate. Although I hope Mr. Whelan returns home, Brittney and her family have my sincere gratitude. I don’t have too much pride to acknowledge my errors.”

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