There Is Something to See In This Cluster of JFK and Saudi Arabia-9/11 Stories

Yesterday I ran an article discussing Trump’s signature way of disseminating information to the American public, specifically illustrating that generality with the specific of the JFK assassination and the release of classified documents.

He also sneaked in there “There are other things we are going to release too,” which doesn’t seem all that spectacular to read, I know, but if you study Trump’s mannerisms and method of breadcrumbing information–namely to get the general public talking on their own before bigger drops come–you know that this single little addition says so much.

“This time, I’m just going to do it,” he said. “I think CIA was probably behind it. They would have preferred that I not release the rest of it. So we did give quite a bit. It’s going to be done early on. A lot of people want to see that. And whatever it may say, I won’t say it, I have an idea, but whatever it is it will be very interesting for people to see. And we are going to have to learn from it. There are other things we are going to release too. Generally speaking, transparency is important. People more than anything else, they want the JFK files, we are going to release that immediately.”

It’s true, what Americans want more than anything is to know the truth about November 22, 1963. It would be a good guess, however, that as more and more people crack the secret on September 11, 2001, Americans will be just as interested in that.

9/11 is likely one of those “other things” Trump so casually refers to. And it turns out that, just recently, a limited hangout of sorts peeked back out from the shadows. It concerned Saudi Arabia and 9/11.

Wouldn’t it be interesting if it concerned the CIA as well?

A 2022 Article

For the 2022 anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, I ran a story on RVIVR that likely was Trump doing his customary trolling of the bad guys while sending subtle comms to Americans dedicating their lives to research and unpacking this stuff. It was July of that year when he was hosting an LIV golf event in Saudi Arabia–a country that many families of the victims of 9/11 have been talking about for decades.

In July, in Saudi Arabia, Trump was talking about 9/11. Why then? Here is a piece of that article, but I invite you to read the whole thing as it provides an opportunity for a bit of a rabbit hole concerning George W Bush, whose father as a younger man as you may know was one of the top figures in the CIA.

This past July, Donald Trump was hosting a Saudi-backed LIV golf event in New Jersey, a move that drew the ire of many American families who were impacted by the September 11 terrorist attack on America.

Trump, as he has done about numerous accepted narratives since the very beginning of his run for the presidency in 2015, said words that were both cryptic and telling in that they speak to the growing realization of millions and millions of people worldwide that our lives and the governmental forces that run them are not at all what they have posed to be.

“Well, nobody’s gotten to the bottom of 9/11, unfortunately, and they should have as to the maniacs that did that horrible thing to our city, to our country, to our world,” Trump said. “So nobody’s really been there.”

Fewer and fewer people are screaming cOnSPiRaCy ThEoRy!!, given the mass great awakening to the truth dawning all over the planet. Is it really out of the question to consider that Trump is right, that our government and its propaganda-pushing megaphone the mainstream media peddled a narrative to its listeners? And continue to do so? Let’s not even get into the aftermath of what we were told in relation to Bush, Afghanistan, and Iraq, in what amounted to one of those endless wars Trump frequently denounces–and kept us out of during his presidency.

Perhaps Americans didn’t know that on the very morning of the 9/11 attacks, Trump, who was then overseeing his own buildings in New York, asserted with utmost assurance that there was no way those planes could do what they did the way they appeared to do it.

This Article in 2024

Fast forward to today.

For almost 23 years now, the official state-media narrative has been that Muslim terrorists of al Qaeda acted alone on that fateful day, but a “newly obtained” video (hmmm) has brought the notion back around that the Saudi government–under the old regime prior to Trump–provided decisive assistance to the hijackers.

This was a 60 Minutes segment, so if Mockingbird media is running it, know that they are working to get ahead of the story before the narrative they’ve worked so hard to build gets out of control. We’ve seen this many times before. One example is when Mockingbird started chirping on stories about Epstein–ultra-sanitized ones–just before the name Epstein became household news.

In other words, this story is much bigger than even what it is from CBS–the enormity of the likelihood that the US government-media apparatus has been lying to the American public for 23 years. Of course, enormous as it is and always will be, this should come as no surprise, what this two-headed monster is willing to do to retain their power.

The story reads as follows:

Omar al-Bayoumi, whom the FBI says was an operative of the Saudi intelligence service with close ties to two of the 9/11 hijackers, can be heard on the video, which was unsealed in federal court this week and obtained by 60 Minutes. The 1999 video was taken within 90 days of the time when senior al Qaeda planners were deciding on 9/11 targets, Richard Lambert, a retired FBI agent who led the initial 9/11 investigation in San Diego, said.

“It is another very large brick in a massive wall of evidence that at this point indicates the Saudi government was complicit in the 9/11 attacks,” Lambert said.

What the video shows

Bayoumi filmed the video over the course of several days. It shows entrances and exits of the U.S. Capitol along with security posts and a model of the building. At one point, he points out the Washington Monument and says he’ll go there and “report to you in detail what is there.” He also notes the airport is nearby.

Lambert, who’s now a consultant on the case filed by the families of 9/11 victims to hold Saudi Arabia responsible in the Sept. 11 attacks, said knowledge of where the Washington Monument is in relation to other D.C. landmarks could help guide people toward intended targets.

Federal investigators believe the hijackers on Flight 93, which crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania, had the U.S. Capitol as their likely target. Lawyers for the 9/11 families and former intelligence analysts who spoke with 60 Minutes believe portions of the video show Bayoumi surveilling the Capitol as part of that plan. In the video, Bayoumi is heard referencing a “plan.”

“I think he’s talking to the al Qaeda planners who tasked him to take the pre-operational surveillance video of the intended target,” Lambert said.”I think he’s talking to the al Qaeda planners who tasked him to take the pre-operational surveillance video of the intended target,” Lambert said.

There’s more to the article, and of course the video is available there as well (just one minute long).

While the 9/11 Commission Report two decades ago found that al-Qaeda acted alone, the victims’ families have always disputed this. It is why they were so upset with Trump when he said what he said about 9/11 while hosting a golf match in Saudi Arabia two years ago.

But that was the point. It got people like me and people much smarter talking and focusing on Saudi Arabia.

And for many, it was simply the continuation of the conversation that had been circulating for years.

It did not go unnoticed by those who have been paying attention to this a lot longer than many of us have that the first country Trump visited on his world tour in 2017 after defeating Hillary Clinton was none other than Saudi Arabia.

Current Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud had rounded up criminals and arrested them en masse mere months before, an unprecedented mop-up of a country that may illustrate what government was in place there in 2001.

On May 17,  2020, Trump signed a $350 billion arms deal with the new regime of Saudi Arabia, the largest in world history, and was treated as royalty with the highest of Saudi honors. Some of this can be seen in the first 40 seconds of the above video, a video that Trump has re-Truthed more than once.

He is speaking to us when he does this.

He would visit several other places on what is called his “capitulation tour,” a series of stops that most Americans probably don’t even know about.

There are other countries in that video you may be interested in. Have you ever heard of the Dancing Israelis? Just asking.

I reference the information war frequently in my work. You could look at it as the reality that we have been living through a world war already for many years now. It just seems that Trump’s arrival on the stage in 2015 has made it more visible, more urgent, more winnable. Many of us keep saying it, including here on The Hayride–we can no longer talk politics as our fathers and grandfathers did. Trump has changed the conversation. He’s shifted our attention with both subtlety and symbolism, a way that is allowing people to come to the truth on difficult realities at their own pace.

Because as difficult as it will be for people to admit that it wasn’t just one man who killed JFK, or that it wasn’t just al Qaeda that did 9/11, it may be even more difficult to discover that the October 1, 2017 Vegas shooting may very well be a retaliation gone wrong of that very Trump visit to Saudi Arabia five months earlier.

Seems we’ve got another question about the CIA and a lone gunman on our hands. Interesting how Trump brought the JFK files up right at this time, alongside yet another story I haven’t even touched yet–the latest terrorist attack in Russia.

May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well after all, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.

Jeff LeJeune is the author of several books, writer for RVIVR, editor, master of English and avid historian, teacher and tutor, aspiring ghostwriter and podcaster, and creator of LeJeune Said. Visit his website at, where you can find a conglomerate of content.



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