Ooooooooh ... this has to be embarrassing over at Right-Wing Wanker Central -- the corroboration of filmmaker Michael Moore's claims that a number of Saudis got a "get out of the country free" card shortly after 9/11, a claim for which he was derided as a lunatic, barking moonbat by the wankersphere. And yet, lookee here:
The FBI played an active role in arranging chartered flights for dozens of well-connected Saudi nationals -- including relatives of Osama bin Laden -- after the 9/11 terror attacks.
The New York Times reported that the documents show Federal Bureau of Investigation agents gave personal airport escorts to two prominent Saudi families who fled the United States, while several other Saudis were allowed to leave the country without first being interviewed, citing newly-released US government records...
The Saudis' chartered flights -- arranged in the days after the September 11, 2001 terror attacks when most aircraft were still grounded -- long have been a topic of allegations related to close family ties and associates of US President George W. Bush and the Saudi royal family.
And I'm sure the apologies and retractions from the right-wing wankerhood should be arriving any minute now since, as we know, there's nothing Republican moonbats value more than accuracy and correcting the public record.
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