A Secret Service log taken from the morning of the 9/11 attacks details how Vice-President Dick Cheney had issued an order to not shoot down Flight 77 – allowing the Pentagon to be struck.
The document confirms the testimony given by former Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta to the 9/11 Commission Report, which was subsequently deleted from the published report.
Mr. Mineta told the Commission that Vice-President Dick Cheney issued an order regarding Flight 77 not to be shot down, and that this allowed the Pentagon to be struck.
The Secret Service log for the morning of 9/11 coincides with radar data for the day, adding weight to Mr. Mineta’s testimony, which for some reason was not included in the 9/11 Commission Report.
The omission of the Secret Service log has lead to speculation that the Commission was trying to cover up Dick Cheney’s treason on 9/11.
Norman Mineta is a man that the Bush and Cheney mafia would wish did not exist, because his story pokes the biggest hole in the official narrative of 9/11.
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