Why Did Robert Mueller Obstruct Congress’s 9/11 Probe?

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  1. Bob0627

    Bob0627 Well-Known Member

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    Written by Justin Raimondo

    Think about this for a moment: the man now in charge of investigating the President of these United States for “collusion” with Russia and possible “obstruction of justice” himself obstructed a congressional investigation into the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Was Mueller, possibly on orders from President George W. Bush, colluding with the Saudis to cover up their role?

    The Bush administration, with its familial ties to the Saudis, had every interest in covering up Riyadh’s active complicity. Aside from that, they were pushing the fable of Saddam Hussein’s ‘links” to the 9/11 attacks.

    So many lies! So much official obstruction! Now, however, the truth is finally coming out. With the passage of legislation stripping the Saudis of their “sovereign immunity” – over President Obama’s veto – the class action suit against the Saudis is moving forward. Armed with thousands of pages of documents showing how Riyadh and its global network of Islamic extremists have succored, aided, and directed al-Qaeda and allied organizations in terrorist attacks against US citizens and interests, the families of those killed, wounded, and traumatized on September 11, 2001, are about to get their day in court.

    And what is bound to come out is the complicity of US officials in the cover-up. It looks to me like Robert Mueller’s time in the spotlight is about to get a lot more interesting.

    http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/arc...robert-mueller-obstruct-congress-s-911-probe/

    So many 9/11 stories it's difficult to believe which are true, half true or outright lies. But one thing you can be sure of, those responsible for covering up 9/11 want it that way to keep everyone confused. It's all part of the coverup.
     
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    Margot2 Banned

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    LOLOL.. He didn't. This is lame.
     
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    Bob0627 Well-Known Member

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    If you have nothing to discuss with respect to this topic, please stay out of my thread. You are trolling.
     
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    Eleuthera Well-Known Member Donor

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    She is merely putting on public display her fantastic lack of knowledge regarding the 911 story.

    Mueller is a loyal soldier in the government, and is far more interested in advancing his career than in discovering the truth. Indeed, he is likely more interested in suppressing the truth, as instructed by his boss.
     
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    Bob0627 Well-Known Member

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    She's also trolling. She often posts unsupported claims contradicting facts and science in defense of the official 9/11 narrative.
     
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    That was indeed laughable, anyone that disagrees with you is a Troll or needs your permission to debate on a public forum, really ?
     
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    Bob0627 Well-Known Member

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    Unfortunately most rabid defenders of the official conspiracy theory post irrelevance (troll) in order to try to sidetrack the discussion, for example, you at times (here and recently). The reason is that it's nearly impossible to successfully support/defend the official story because it makes no sense, so such posters often resort to such tactics.

    No one needs my permission to discuss or debate any issue, all that is asked is that the poster remain on topic whenever possible per forum rules. The only caveat here is that I don't debate, I discuss. If I start a thread, I 'm pretty anal about that rule since the only topic I want discussed in my thread is the one I started. If a poster disagrees (or agrees) with me, I'm quite ok with it as long as it's relevant to the topic at hand.

    Really. Now do you have anything relevant to add to this particular discussion?
     
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