Is the White House going to release the super secret 9/11 report? Does it implicate Saudi Arabia? Does it implicate the Saudi Royal Family itself? Would releasing the report destabilize the Middle East even more than it already is?
Let’s answer these questions backwards, beginning with the last and moving to the first: as soon as you have the answer yell “Bingo!” or, if you’d prefer, “BOZO!”.
1. Would releasing the report destabilize the Middle East even more than it already is?
Are you kidding? As we’ve seen for the last 7 years it doesn’t really take that much to destabilize an unstable region, and Barry seems dedicated to that end. Announce you’re pulling American troops out of Iraq, assist the “rebels” in dispatching their current heads-of-state regardless of what will move in to fill the vacuum, stoke the fires of discontentment amidst the economic have-nots of the dessert world, arm the “rebels” with advanced American weaponry to “even the playing field” - and you’ve got yourself a world class revolution!
2. Will it implicate the Saudi Royal Family?
Let’s answer that question with a question: What Muslim-related terrorism does not implicate the House of Saud?
ISIS, the extremist Sunni terror organization, and the House of Saud share allegiance to the same extremist Wahhabi sect, a theo-fascistic religion of peace that is marked by a disdain for human rights (women, LGBTQIA and infidels of all ilk) and enforces its intolerance with barbaric punishments.
3. Does it implicate Saudi Arabia?
See answer to Number 2, above.
4. Is the White House going to release the super secret 9/11 report?
Will it make George Bush (41 and 43) look bad? Yes. Will it further destabilize the region? Yes. Will it further destabilize the U.S.? Yes.
Any more questions?
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