Putting Congress On Record For 9/11 Conspiracy Theories: Progress Report

Source: http://www.kxmc.com/News/Nation/142505.asp

Putting Congress On Record For 9/11 Conspiracy Theories: Progress Report

Jul 10 2007 12:00AM


Yesterday, when I posted about Rep. Keith Ellison comparing the 9/11 attacks to the Reichstag fire, I called on readers to contact their representatives in Congress and get them on record as to whether or not 9/11 was a conspiracy or a terrorist attack. Responses are trickling in, and my wife has taken it upon herself to start a calling campaign of her own, so here are the results so far

I’m surprised at how few are willing to just come right out and say that 9/11 was a terrorist attack. It’s not a tough question. Either you think that it was orchestrated by terrorists or you think it was a conspiracy of other interests. Why so many are hesitant to take a position is beyond me. I suspect that in a lot of instances the call is just reaching some low-level staffer who doesn’t want to speak to this, and since a lot of these calls were done by my wife (who is obviously not a constituent of all of these people) they’re reluctant to do follow-ups

Anyway, keep calling and updating me with the results of your efforts. The link above will be the clearing house for all results.


Thanks for doing this documentation. It's good for the historical record, if not for other actions. That was the first thing I thought when I saw it, was how it would look 20 years from now, or whenever the truth comes out, how all these "representatives" apparently had no idea of what actually happened.

I would urge you to consider putting the info into essay form contrasting the many "terrorist attack" claims with some of the most damning points - Mineta testimony & confirmation later, the effective stand down, war games, thermite, B7, growing support by legit people, etc.

You could also compare it to the "representative" members who voted to bomb Iraq -- contrast with numbers of the massive demonstrations all over the world once that happened -- and then tally up the "wrong info on wmds" claims, and retractions later on.

It would make a good combination and put into people's minds the questionable nature of what congress claims to know and what reality is.