CIA Director and Muslim stooge John Brennan is at it again as he engages in taqiyya to cover for the government of Saudi Arabia. Brennan is now claiming that those classified pages contain "uncorroborated, unvetted information," which could be used to point the finger at Saudi Arabia's involvement in the 9/11 attacks.
On Sunday's Meet the Press, Brennan responded to Chuck Todd's question in which he asked, "What's the case against releasing those 28 pages?"
"Those so-called 28 pages, one chapter in this joint inquiry that was put out in December of 2002, was addressing some of the preliminary findings and information that was gathered by this joint commission within the Congress," Brennan answered. "And this chapter was kept out because of concerns about sensitive source of methods, investigative actions. The investigation of 9/11 was still underway in late 2002."
"They came out with a very clear judgment that there was no evidence that indicated that the Saudi government as an institution, or Saudi officials individually, had provided financial support to al-Qaeda," he added.
"These were thoroughly investigated and reviewed. It was a preliminary review that put information in there that was not corroborated, not vetted and not deemed to be accurate," Brennan said.
"The information in those 28 pages, you think, are inaccurate information? Everything that's in there is false?" asked Todd.
Brennan said there is "a combination of things that is accurate and inaccurate."
"I think the 9/11 Commission took that joint inquiry, and those 28 pages or so, and followed through on the investigation," Brennan added. "And they came out with a very clear judgment that there was no evidence that indicated that the Saudi government as an institution, or Saudi officials individually, had provided financial support to Al Qaeda."
Todd asked if Brennan is "concerned that the release of those pages will unfairly put the relationship in a damaged position."
"I think some people may seize upon that uncorroborated, un-vetted information…to point to Saudi involvement, which I think would be very, very inaccurate," he continued.
Brennan's comments came one week after Barack Hussein Obama Soetoro Sobarkah met with King Salman. Of course, Brennan claims that the US has a "very strong" relationship with the Muslim nation. George W. Bush did too.
Brennan and the Obama administration have been criticized by former Senator Bob Graham (D-FL) for not releasing the 28 pages of the 9/11 report, which appear to directly link Saudi Arabia to the attacks. Graham has also claimed that the hijackers has "support from within the US."
Brennan rejected Graham's criticism and dismissed it saying, "I'm quite puzzled by Senator Graham and others."
There is no doubt that the alleged hijackers were from Saudi Arabia, and that the twentieth hijacker, Zacarias Moussaoui, claimed that the Saudi Arabian royal family helped finance the attacks.
Larry Kelly has laid out exactly how not only the Saudi Royals, but also Iranian Mullahs co-conspired in the 9/11 attacks in the following articles:
- Co Conspirators in 9/11 Attack: Saudi Royals and Iranian Mullahs
- More on How Saudi Royals and Iranian Mullahs Were Co-Conspirators in 9/11
- Even More on how Saudi Royals and Iranian Mullahs Were Co-Conspirators in 9/11
Not only is Brennan attempting to cover for the Saudis, but apparently, so is the FBI. The FBI whitewashed a Saudi family investigation in Florida that was directly tied to the 9/11 attacks.
The reason this is not being declassified has nothing to do with what Brennan is saying and everything to do with covering for Saudi Arabia.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.