- The Facts:At the 9/11 Tribute Museum in lower Manhattan today, Tulsi Gabbard urged the US government to release any documents linking the Saudi Government to the 9/11 attacks. Suggesting she feels there may be a cover up.
- Reflect On:Is this the beginning of a larger discussion around 9/11 that is direly needed?
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard has demanded the U.S. government release documents tying the Saudi Arabian government to the 9/11 terrorist hijackers and called for an end to all Saudi aid while speaking at the 9/11 Tribute Museum in lower Manhattan where family members of victims to the 9/11 attacks and media were present.
9/11 has been one of the most talked about events in more recent US history that has had people asking questions. It’s an event that has garnered theories that range from the US governments full knowledge of the attacks to simply ‘missing the boat’ on the fact that they could have stopped them. Our research into the topic over the least 10 years may be best summed up in the following article The Official 9/11 Explanation is The Greatest “Coincidence Theory” Ever.
Along these lines of questioning, Gabbard appears to be seeking an end to truth seeking on this subject, at the moment specific to the Saudi government’s role, if any, in aiding the alleged 9/11 hijackers.
In her speech, Gabbard has asked that the Justice Department and the FBI “declassify and release” any investigative documents that may implicate the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the 9/11 attacks.
“Eighteen years ago our nation was attacked by al-Qaida, radical Islamic terrorists, this is something that is commonly known but the reality is we still don’t fully know whether they were aided by the Saudi government, enabling them to successfully carry out this attack on our nation,” Gabbard said Tuesday at the press conference and event entitled “Stories of Strength and Resilience.”
“Families who lost their loved ones want the truth and they deserve the truth, they want answers, they deserve answers. The American people want to know exactly what happened and who was behind it. Even as we are approaching 20 years since this attack took place, there are still ongoing questions about whether the Saudi government, or personnel within their government were involved in any way with this attack.”