We're Now Witnessing The Results Of All That Missing Money Hidden By 9/11 Attacks:• All News Pipeline
With the 21-year anniversary of 911 now in the books, an attack that changed America forever in so many ways, we've got to begin this story with a reminder of what happened the day before that fateful day, on September 10th of 2001, before we get into the meat of this new story
With that date of September 10th of 2001 bringing then U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to the media to disclose his Pentagon was unable to account for roughly $2.3 trillion worth of transactions, as this story over at the City Journal reported, the next day, the U.S. sustained the terrorist attacks that changed the world, and this startling revelation was forgotten.
And with that $2.3 trillion NEVER properly accounted for, and even the Washington Post reporting THIS whopper on 9/11: That the hardest hit Pentagon office on 9/11 "died in the Resource Services Washington office. They were accountants and budget analysts -- part of the rank and file of the civil service. They kept track of a $3.5 billion budget that funded the Army's Washington area operations and some installations around the world, this previously mentioned City Journal story also reported that missing Pentagon money had grown to more than $6.5 trillion by 2015, more than $65,000 missing for every living American.