Eagleson said the Biden administration’s ploy to sweep the 9/11 attacks under the rug with plea deals speaks volumes about what it’s trying to cover up. He said there’s a trove of documents U.S. intelligence agencies have not released spotlighting Saudi Arabia’s complicity in the terrorist attacks. “By refusing to give us the documents is accomplishing two things,” Eagleson told the Daily Mail. “They’re protecting the kingdom from embarrassment, but they’re also protecting our own intelligence failures,” he said. “They buy billions of dollars of U.S.-manufactured weapons, they stabilize global oil markets. So there’s not a lot of people, or there’s not a lot of big willingness, to try to push them around much.” This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
President Biden is considering meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on the sidelines of next month’s G20 summit in New Delhi to discuss U.S.-Saudi mega deal, four sources with knowledge of the issue told me. My story on @axioshttps://t.co/dozC5OxBG4— Barak Ravid (@BarakRavid) August 21, 2023