It’s astonishing how long is the list of people in the United States’ highest offices of power, which according to former Bush Chief of Staff Andrew Card unbelievably includes former President Bush himself, who claim to have never read the top-secret 28 pages of the 9/11 Commission Report.
Mr. Bush withheld that particular portion of the report from the American People. Mr. Card tells us that Bush has a “sense” of what’s in those 28 pages, but the President never read them. Really.
He has a “sense” of what’s there. Card tells us it’s nonetheless a matter of national security to keep us uninformed and in the dark about the Saudis’ involvement. What on Earth is with these people like Andrew Card? How stupid do they believe we are? I know the answer to that question.
Mr. Obama continues to keep those pertinent facts under lock and key.
My query is, if Mr. Bush never read the 28 pages, why did he find it necessary to redact them? The scope and depth of the United States Government’s lying to America’s citizens about so many issues has reached a point where it is just not possible to believe much of anything we are told. And that eventually means big trouble ahead – of one sort or another.
You might also be interested to know that, as Diana West tells us, neither Ted Cruz nor Marco Rubio supported Rand Paul’s efforts to get the 9/11 Commission Report secret material released, so that we may know that the Saudi government was, or was not, behind the 9/11/01 attacks. Think about that for a moment. Mr. Cruz has recently reconsidered his position on that one – perhaps in response to Donald Trump’s statement calling for the publication of the documents.