President George W. Bush's administration shielded Saudi Arabian elites from investigation after 9/11 and prioritized Saudi Arabia's ties with the US, including investment in US economy. npr.org/2021/09/12/103638944…

2:23 PM Β· Sep 12, 2021

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Everyone praising George W. Bush's ability to string together nice-sounding words is effectively cheering a former president still engaged in a coverup that deprives families of those killed on 9/11 truth and justice.
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9/11 - 9 out of 11 statements are a lie.
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I just read your actual link to NPR. BS!!! I read Sen. Bob Graham's book "Intelligence matters" where he has LOTS of evidence, including on this dinner. The report was finished in Dec. 2002 and Graham was co-chair. Again, skim at least the TOC
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He flew them all out of the country when no one else was allowed to fly #duhbya
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Another nugget to think about Twin-Towers was owned by Rockafeller and 2 other of his "buildings" dropped same day but wasn't publicized.
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Doesn't matter at all if it is surprising or not
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Replying to @kgosztola
We knew this already, no? Or just assumed because so obvious?
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It's a newly declassified document - one of many 9/11 families have demanded the US government release
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