This week Scott McKay and Brian Haldane talk to Chris Holton from the Center For Security Policy about the “28 Pages Bill.” They talk about the Pro’s and cons of including civil liabilities for guilty parties in the bill. They ask Chris why were the 28 pages classified in the first place, is there a large scale conspiracy being covered up, and does the fact that there seems to be an overall refusal from both sides of the political aisle to make them available only fuel the fires of people like Alex Jones?
Chris compares and contrasts the Congressional report to the redacted commission report in an effort to figure out on his own what’s in it. And, they discuss how deep the Clinton connection to the Saudis is and if any of that connection shows up in the 28 pages.
Editor’s Note: For more on the “28 Pages” issue, see Scott’s latest American Spectator column here.