John McCain Takes Photos With 9/11 Truthers!

John McCain Takes Photos With 9/11 Truthers!

I did a quick remix of MNChange's confrontation with McCain, partly to try and help Ron Paul but to also highlight the hypocrisy seeming they want to constantly try and "tar" RP by associating him with 9/11 Truth, well here's an incredibly enthusiastic McCain doing something Ron Paul has never done unfortunately, so where's Faux on this one?

McCain also wrote the foreword in Debunking 9/11 Myths

Is this the same John McCain who wrote the foreword in Popular Mechanic's "Debunking 9/11 Myths"? ;)

Yes, and that forward is one of the many things that's going to

come back to haunt that war-mongering maniac, McCain.

Consider mass emailing truth messages. More info here:

Lol, that's funny!

It seems like he has no idea what he's doing. He seemingly just volunteered to get his picture taken with the group without having any knowledge what they stand for. Obviously, he thought the group was admirers of his since he most likely wouldn't engage in picture taking with those against his position layed out in the forward of the Popular Mechanics article on conspiracy theories. I had to laugh out on this one. He looks like a fool. I'm sure the picture or video will be saved and used many times in the future.

It's just rumor...

....a few around him though, suspect McCain mentally ill?

"The official seemed to be disturbed that people close to McCain consider him to be mentally unstable and that they are afraid to go public with their feelings."

McCain believed to be Mentally Ill

This will not disqualify McCain, by any means, just look at our present Commander-in-Chief!

...don't believe them!

Great video, DBLS!

What fun.

McCain is pretty clueless and it's obvious that his handlers have more control over him now that he's the front runner.

Keep up the good work.

(I'm still laughing)

The truth shall set us free. Love is the only way forward.

This needs to be the focus of any truthsquading

This is a powerful line of questioning that needs to be pursued and there will be opportunities. Of all the Repub candidates McCain and Giuliani had the most answering to do around their role in the 9-11 cover-up, conscious or unconscious. So, we're left with the man who put his name to and penned what amounts to the primary text that defends the treasonous cover story.

And the good folks from MN Change gave us a great opportunity to call out what amounts to hypocrisy, insanity, or both. John McCain took a picture with someone holding a "9-11 was an inside job" sign along with many 9-11 truth now signs.

Here are a few quotes from his own piece that he should be questioned on:

"Blaming some conspiracy within our government for the horrific attacks of September 11 mars the memories of all those lost on that day."
Does that apply to family members like Bill Doyle and Bob McCilvaine who have much more personal investment in the totality of facts of 9-11?

"They ignore the methods of science, the protocols of investigation, and the dictates of logic. The conspiracy theorists chase any bit of information, no matter how flimsy, and use it to fit their preordained conclusions. They ascribe to the government, or to some secretive group, powers wholly out of proportion to what the evidence suggests. And they ignore the facts that are present in plain sight."

Point out how this in many ways describes the Al-Qaeda conspiracy "theorists.

"The 9/11 conspiracy movement exploits the public's anger and sadness. It shakes Americans' faith in their government at a time when that faith is already near an all-time low."

Besides pointing out the bizarre and psyopped nature of his language, being that the 9-11 truth movement did not conspire to retroactively pull off 9-11, ask him then why he took photographs with members of the 9-11 truth movement.

“Strange times are these in which we live when old and young are taught in falsehoods school. And the one man that dares to tell the truth is called at once a lunatic and fool.” –Plato

"We must speak the truth about terror." --George W. Bush