Robert Mueller's coverup of 911 finally reported in the Washington Post
Sep 08, 2019
I wonder why the Washington Post is just now reporting on Robert Mueller’s coverup of the 911 demolition. Mueller was FBI director at the time and shut down his investigation just three weeks into it. In fact, Mueller was appointed director on July 5, 2001 just two months before 911. I have always thought that Mueller was appointed specifically to that position in order to cover up the attack, as this had already been planned ahead of time by top officials in our own government.
I suspect that Jeff Bezos the Amazon tycoon who owns the Washington Post has some ulterior motive. Is he perhaps trying to get ahead of the story? Did he hear that some documents relating to 911 are going to be declassified soon? Is he afraid someone will accuse them of complicity in the coverup? He is certainly not publishing this story in support of President Trump!
I wonder if the Deep State has decided to throw Mueller under the bus for not indicting Trump for colluding with the Russians. But if so, they certainly wouldn't allow Mueller to testify about his role in the coverup, as that would bring huge treason indictments upon those who headed up the actual operation. Certainly, they would not allow him to testify about all that he knows. Is he soon going to be Epstein-ed?
“In October of 2001, Mueller shut down the government’s investigation after only three weeks, and then took part in the Bush [administration’s] campaign to block, obfuscate and generally stop anything about Saudi Arabia from being released,” added Premoli, now a plaintiff in the 9/11 lawsuit against Saudi Arabia.
In fact, Mueller threw up roadblocks in the path of his own investigators working the 9/11 case, while making it easier for Saudi suspects to escape questioning, multiple case agents told me. Then he deep-sixed what evidence his agents did manage to uncover, according to the 9/11 lawsuit against the Saudis.
Time and again, agents were called off from pursuing leads back to the kingdom’s embassy in Washington, as well as its consulate in Los Angeles, where former FBI Agent Stephen Moore headed a 9/11 task force looking into local contacts made by two of the 15 Saudi hijackers, Moore testified in an affidavit for the 9/11 lawsuit. He concluded that “diplomatic and intelligence personnel of Saudi Arabia knowingly provided material support to the two hijackers and facilitated the 9/11 plot.” Yet he and his team were not allowed to interview them, according to the suit.