President Joe Biden has ordered the declassification of documents pertaining to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with the signing of an executive order that also for the review of the documents.
According to a report by The Blaze, the president has asked for several government agencies to allow the public to view the documents surrounding the attacks that have prompted so many conspiracy theories.
“Today, I signed an executive order directing the Department of Justice and other relevant agencies to oversee a declassification review of documents related to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s September 11th investigations,” the president said in a statement.
“The executive order requires the Attorney General to release the declassified documents publicly over the next six months,” Biden went on, not offering a specific reason for the declassification.
Biden’s order comes just over a week before the nation remembers the attacks on the 20th anniversary of the fateful day that will forever be emblazoned on the minds of so many.
September 11th, 2001 was the last day on earth for almost three thousand Americans after hijackers flew planes into the World Trade Center towers in New York City.
A third aircraft made it to the Pentagon doing damage to the building, killing the passengers and crew, and killing dozens in the building. There were a total of more than 200 casualties in that attack.
Additionally, another hijacked plane went down in a field in Pennsylvania when passengers took back control from the hijackers, preventing it from taking out its intended target, which was believed to have been the White House. There were no survivors.