Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Missing Pages From 9/11 Report Could Sink This GOP Presidential Candidate

This Republican Member of Congress claims that 28 pages that were redacted from the 9-11 Report back in 2002 may doom the campaign of at least one aspiring GOP presidential candidate before it even gets off the ground... that is... should those missing 28 pages be revealed to the public.

(WND) "If it (the 28 pages) came out it would be devastating to some Republicans who are thinking about running for president. I think that’s one reason there’s been a drive not release it," Rep. Steve Stockman, R-Texas, told WND.

Although Stockman declined to identify which potential candidates he was referring to, a well-placed source in the Republican party told WND it undoubtedly included Jeb Bush, the former president’s brother and former governor of Florida.

Stockman did add that he thought the decision to keep the pages classified was due more to politics than security.

And a deeper look shows if the Bushes did have reasons for wanting to keep some details secret, President Obama may also have his own reasons to keep the pages under wraps.

A bill sponsored by Walter Jones, R-N.C., and Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., urging the president to release the 28 redacted pages to the public is gaining new momentum as the 13th anniversary of the attacks approaches.

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  1. Let it go the way of Lerner's e-mails!

  2. Good.... americans don't want a rino, they want a true conservative.


Posted By: Chris Carmouche