For over a week, Glenn Beck has been investigating the first person reported to be “in custody” for questioning regarding the Boston Marathon bombings. The person was a Saudi national and now Beck is pointing to a cover-up, producing such a multitude of evidence, it’s been hard to keep up with it all.
Other than The Blaze, most of the media is not covering Beck’s suspicions, but Bill O’Reilly gave him time to make his case on the O’Reilly Factor Thursday night, according to Mediaite.
Glenn Beck detailed how federal officials investigated and interrogated the Saudi student before letting him go, claiming that he has multiple sources inside the Obama administration providing him with a document describing the individual as “armed and dangerous.” He claimed that the Saudi student was dropped as a person of interest after President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry met with the Saudis.
Beck said the White House is now trying to cover up and get rid of his files, telling O’Reilly there needs to be more press attention for this. O’Reilly did not question Beck’s assertions, allowing him to go on mostly uninterrupted. Beck insisted, “They’re hiding the Saudi connections.”
While it’s been hard to get consistent testimony from Dept. of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, Beck compared the ordeal to “calling up the Nixon White House to confirm they had nothing to do with the Watergate break-in.”
Watch the Fox News video via Mediaite here.
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