Michael Smerconish email advertising his new book subtlely links 9/11 with Iraq

When MSNBC's Scarborough Country, being hosted by Michael Smerconish, recently had a couple 9/11 related guests on, I wrote Mr. Smerconish a message at his radio site email page and sent it to him no less than 10 times in a row.

The message was a strong request, urging Mr. Smerconish to have Professor Steven E. Jones as a guest on Scarborough Country, to present his hypothesis for controlled demolition of the World Trade Center towers and World Trade Center building 7. At the time of the email, I was under the impression that Mr. Smerconish was the regular host of Scarborough Country. He hasn't taken up the request, maybe I should write the regular host.

Anyway. This morning when looking through one of my email addresses -- the email address used when sending the strong request to Mr. Smerconish -- I saw that since I entered my email address when sending the message, I must have been added to Mr. Smerconish's email mailing list. "Great!"

When reading the email, hoping that it was maybe Mr. Smerconish replying about my strong request to have Professor Steven E. Jones as a guest on Scarborough Country (or even his radio program), alas, I was disappointed to find that it was only him trying to build interest in his new book, and promote his 2006 Book Club season. Click here to read a screen capture of the email which contains: "Then came 9/11." Followed by the line: "While men like me rung their hands, Pantano re-enlisted. He ended up in Iraq."

It isn't highly important. But he subtlely links 9/11 with Iraq in the thoughts of the unconscious reader. So since most everyone at 911Blogger are luckily not on Mr. Smerconish's email mailing list, I thought I would post it so that you knew.

The strong request that was sent to Mr. Smerconish

Dear, whomever

Good afternoon.

It has come to my attention that as of late, Mr. Smerconish has been attacking various 9/11 related information and news on MSNBC's Scarborough Country.

My message is a strong request -- rather, a strong challenge -- to have Brigham Young University Physics professor, Steven E. Jones, as a guest on Scarborough Country, to discuss and present his scientific findings of controlled demolition of the World Trade Center towers and building 7 on September 11, 2001 [ http://www.physics.byu.edu/research/energy/htm7.html ].

You can contact professor Steven E. Jones via his phone number and/or email address located at his BYU staff page [ http://www.physics.byu.edu/directory.aspx?personid=36 ].

If Mr. Smerconish is so interested in covering 9/11 related information and news, then how about he show some actual courage (since he hasn't thus far) by having professor Steven E. Jones as a guest on MSNBC's Scarborough Country? And furthermore, by keeping quiet and letting professor Steven E. Jones actually present his findings, without having to fall "victim" to any of Mr. Smerconish's condescending atttude, remarks or unecessary interuptions.

If alternative theories for the 9/11 attacks -- steadily approaching verifiable, proven fact -- inparticularly, the hypothesis that the World Trade Center towers and building 7 were actually destroyed by controlled demolition, are deemed by Mr. Smerconish as crazy, then there should be no objection to him having profesor Steven E. Jones as a guest, and letting the "crazy" professor simply have his say. Also having professor Steven E. Jones as a guest for a decent length segment, where professor Steven E. Jones can present his findings uninterupted for at least 5+ minutes. And having absolutely NO mention of the Pentagon by Mr. Smerconish in any way, shape and/or form whatsoever.

Prove your bravery and courage, Mr. Smerconish. Take the challenge. I dare you.

In addition, I challenge Mr. Smerconish to show this video [ http://www.911research.com/wtc/evidence/videos/docs/wtc7_collapse2.mpg ] of the collapse of World Trade Center building 7, on MSNBC's Scarborough Country, when he has professor Steven E. Jones as a guest. And to show it a few times in a row -- start to finish -- so that the viewers really get to see it. Because when Mr. Smerconish recently had Michael Berger as a guest, the video clip shown once of building 7's collapse was quite possibly the worst video of the collapse of building 7 -- of any video available -- in every respect.

Mr. Smerconish, I hereby challenge you. And I dare you.

This question is directly to Mr. Smerconish. Are you courageous, or are you a coward?

I challenge you. I dare you. I dare you. I dare you.

Until you take the challenge, I consider you to be nothing but a coward. I would really love to see you in a courageous light.

So take the challenge!

Sincerely, Jesse