Ex-Sen. Graham: Classified Pages of 9/11 Report 'Point Finger at Saudi Arabia'
About 28 classified pages from the 9/11 Commission Report may suggest that our allies in Saudi Arabia were involved with helping the terrorist attackers.
Now, “a solid majority of 9/11 commissioners think the 28 pages should be made public,” according to an explosive new “60 Minutes” interview.
Bob Graham, former Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, says it is “inexplicable” that the U.S. government has not released this information.
He explained why in an interview tonight on The Kelly File.
While the former Florida senator said he is still not at liberty to discuss too much in the report, “it has been said that this chapter primarily relates to who financed 9/11, and that it points a finger at Saudi Arabia,” he told Megyn Kelly.
“There is mounting evidence, not just the 28 pages, but other issues – that have involved the Saudis in 9/11,” Graham continued.
“Which to me, makes it not only disrespectful to the American people, not to allow them to have the transparency of knowing what the government has done in their name, when it does not involve a national security risk.
In fact, I think it actually increases our vulnerability, because it allows the Saudis to continue feeling that there’s no sanction against them to fund terrorist activities.”
Watch more in the clips, above and below.