Panic stricken press reports?
From CNN on Jan. 11th.
More than a dozen Saudi servicemen training at US military installations will be expelled from the United States after a review that followed the deadly shooting last month at a Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida, multiple sources told CNN
Jan 12th from NPR
The Trump administration is planning to announce on Monday that more than 20 Saudi students receiving military training in the United States will be sent back to their home country, according to two U.S. officials familiar with the matter.
The Justice Department, which has been investigating the incident as an act of terrorism, is planning on Monday to publicly announce the Saudi removals and the results of its criminal investigation into the Pensacola shooting.
From Reuters Jan 11th
- More than a dozen Saudi servicemen who are training at U.S. military bases will be expelled from the United States in the aftermath of a Pentagon review prompted by the deadly Dec. 6 shooting by a Saudi Air Force officer at an American naval base in Florida, CNN reported on Saturday.
From NYTimes Jan 12th
A review did not find that the students aided the gunman, a Saudi trainee, but concluded that some had ties to extremist movements and others had pornography, a taboo in Saudi Arabia.
About a dozen Saudi students training alongside the American military in the United States will be sent back to Saudi Arabia after a review that stemmed from the killing of three American service members at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Fla., last month, according to a United States official
Now your news articles were from Jan 16th or so. Can you tell me where in the links I gave you there were panic stricken reporting?
I don't have enough brain bleach to visit to visit the right wing sites that I am sure you read from on a regular basis. Are these panic stricken reports coming from OANN, Breitbart or other sites that believe in the Q anon theories?
Your sources seemed to just reprint what my sources did but days later.