July 31, 2014
According to Sky News, they have unearthed some shocking audiotape of a conversation with former President and globalist Bill Clinton regarding the terror boogeyman Osama Bin Laden. He said in the audio “I could have killed bin Laden but ‘I didn’t’ ”
Clinton admitted this in a speech to Australian business leaders on Sept. 10, 2001 literally hours before the attack.
“I nearly got him. And I could have killed him, but I would have to destroy a little town called Kandahar in Afghanistan and kill 300 innocent women and children, and then I would have been no better than him. And so I didn’t do it.”
This report from Sky News, sister network to Fox News Channel, perhaps comes in the wake of a story on The Blaze and Glenn Beck’s TV show Wednesday where Kentucky Republican Congressman Thomas Massie joined a group of Congressional lawmakers including fellow Republican Walter Jones of North Carolina and Democrat Stephen Lynch of Massachusetts in urging the government to declassify 28 redacted pages of the infamous 9/11 Commission Report.
A few weeks ago, Massie spoke at a press conference about these papers.
Though he couldn’t reveal any details to Beck for fear of possible repercussions, Massie did say there will be “anger, frustration, and embarrassment when these 28 pages finally come out.”
“As I was reading these 28 pages, I had to try to take apart that concrete that had set up, my own understanding of what had led up 9/11 and what had enabled it. What really hurt me was to wonder, why did my government keep this from me for 13 years? What were their motives?” he said.
What were they, indeed?