Conservative journalist Paul Sperry has written a series of articles for the New York Post. In them, he reminds us that George W. Bush redacted 28 pages out of Congress’ official report on the 9/11 attacks in 2002. Sperry reports that a bipartisan group of U.S. Representatives recently read those pages. He says that material provides “incontrovertible evidence” that high ranking officials in the Saudi government coordinated the 9/11 attacks on our country.
Sperry’s articles contain remarkable and deeply disturbing revelations. When asked by reporters at the time why he had redacted those pages out of Congress’ 9/11 Report, President Bush replied that we don’t want the people that we are investigating to know that we are investigating them. But FBI Director Mueller told Congress that the Saudis weren’t being investigated.
Sperry also claims that the redacted pages show that Prince Bandar (now head of Saudi Intelligence) funneled money to 9/11 hijackers in San Diego who were associated with Anwar al-Awlaki. These pages are said to detail a nationwide network of Saudi 9/11 conspirators in at least 7 different American cities. The network may still exist. The bipartisan group of Congressmen who read the redacted material are led by Republicans Walter Jones (NC), Thomas Massie (KY), and Democrat Stephen Lynch (MA). They’re urging President Obama to make those 28 pages public.
Let me cut to the chase. Conservatives like me could cite chapter and verse of offenses that we believe that President Obama has committed against our nation and our Constitution – offenses that we believe are impeachable. But what do we say if it is revealed that the Saudi government coordinated the 9/11 attacks and George W. Bush kept that evidence from the American people? Covering up an act of war would constitute treason, wouldn’t it?
Do you wonder why the same mainstream media that specializes in “partisan political witch-hunts” against Republicans (including Bush) doesn’t appear to be interested in a story that (if proven) would seal his place in the history books as a traitor to his country? Could it be because to pursue the story would also make President Obama look bad? You see, Obama has repeatedly promised to declassify the 28 redacted pages that allegedly show Saudi involvement in the 9/11 attacks. Gee, I wonder why he hasn’t.
I don’t care whether either President has an “R” or a “D” by his name. What I care about is the 3,000 Americans we lost that day, who’s responsible, and how to stop the next attack. As Senator Howard Baker once said about a much smaller scandal “What did the President know and when did he know it”? I think the American people deserve an answer and I think we should do something about it. Don’t you?
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