US Politicians Mark 20 Years Of Not Holding Saudi Arabia To Account For Role In 9/11


WHILE ordinary Americans somberly mark the 20th anniversary of heinous attacks which took place on September the 11th, American politicians will also come together in rare cross-party unity to mark their 20 years of failing to hold Saudi Arabia to account for its role in a terror attack that resulted in 6,000 injuries and 3,000 deaths.

“This is just a little bit easier than holding to account, isn’t it?” politicians from both sides of the aisle said, of the past 20 years that saw America sell billions in weapons to a country through which funding for Al-Qaeda terrorists was channeled, often via charities the Saudi government was directly involved in.

“Wow, has it been 20 years?” remarked Republicans who viciously fought against those trying to pass a bill which allowed 9/11 first responders such as NYPD and NYFD to receive medical coverage.

“Actually it’s very complex,” said members of the Obama administration, who refused to support some families of 9/11 victims that sought to pursue Saudi Arabia in court.

“Let’s not drag this out, 20 years is a long time ago” said politicians drowned in Saudi donations, in response to a planned release of declassified FBI documents relating to the attacks which could implicate Saudi officials.

“The Saudis are our allies, what have they ever done to us?” offered George Bush, forgetting they murdered Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi just 3 years ago, “surely two wars with millions of casualties is more preferable to bothering the Saudis?”

“It’s not all bad, Trump Tower got to be the tallest building in Manhattan for awhile,” said Donald Trump repeating quotes he gave on live TV in the days after the attacks.

“Miniature flags but probably no justice for everyone,” declared Joe Biden.