Ramaswamy Hits Back At ‘Deeply Offended’ Pence Over Questioning Of 9/11 Narrative

“I find it offensive that our government repeatedly lies to us”

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy slammed former Vice President Mike Pence Tuesday after Pence claimed that he was “deeply offended” by Ramaswamy raising questions over the official narrative of the 9/11 attacks.

Ramaswamy earlier said that he has little faith that the 9/11 Commission Report told the entire story of what unfolded on the fateful day in 2001.

Pence responded by claiming Ramaswamy was only in “grade school” when the attacks took place, while “I was on Capitol Hill,” adding that he feels “deeply offended” by the comments.

Ramaswamy hit back in a lengthy tweet, noting “I find it offensive that our government repeatedly lies to us,” adding “Here’s the TRUTH: the FBI quietly declassified documents in 2021 that definitively reveal the government lied to the public about basic facts of Saudi Arabia’s involvement in 9/11, until documents were declassified and they changed their story 20 years later.”

“When the government systematically lies about Saudi involvement and the media runs interference, that lends plausibility to an otherwise unlikely claim,” he added.

“U.S. government officials continue to lie about other matters of public importance – the origin of Covid-19, knowledge about UAPs, Hunter Biden’s laptop, how our money is actually being spent in Ukraine, the Nashville trans shooter manifesto – with a complicit media that just accepts the prevailing narrative without question,” Ramaswamy continued, urging “This fuels rampant public distrust.”