Sen. Bill Nelson Calls Saudis 'Duplicitous' and 'Two-Faced'
For the second time in as many days, a sitting Senator has singled out Saudi perfidy on the terrorist question. Contacted Jan. 16 for his response to former Sen. Bob Graham's call to release the 28 pages, Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) told the Florida Politics blog, although he had not read them, he did not need to in order to affirm that the Saudis are "quite duplicitous" regarding the terror threat in their own country. With this, Nelson joins Senators Richard Burr (R-NC) and Chris Murphy (D-CT)—who spoke out on CNN's "State of the Union" January 18th—in the assault on the House of Saud. Nelson said:
While this problem is widely encountered when dealing with foreign governments, Nelson said, the Saudis are notorious for playing a "two-faced game" on this account.
Additionally, the article names Walter Jones' and Stephen Lynch's H.Res.14, the legislation for the full release of the redacted 28 pages of the joint inquiry into 9/11