Ohio C.H.A.N.G.E. and Cincinnati 9/11 Truth Demonstrate at President Bush Speech
Members of C.H.A.N.G.E. Ohio joined forces with Cincinnati 9/11 Truth to spread the message of government-sponsored terror to the people of Dayton outside of a speech by President Bush. The President was speaking at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base about the "Global War on Terror," before a large audience at the base's museum.
The activists unfurled a massive banner reading "9/11 Was and Inside Job/ Cincinnati 9/11 Truth" at a major intersection near the base. Hundreds of motorists viewed the colorfully-painted banner, and reacted in a variety of ways. Some were surprised by the message, while others were enraged. Many gave joyous gestures as they drove by, expressing their thankfulness that people had hit the streets with the message of truth.
WeAreChange pamphlets were handed out to several people, including a television reporter from Channel 2 in Dayton. A state trooper also accepted some of the material that was being distributed.
The activists then traveled to a residential neighborhood in suburban Dayton to confront Bush's motorcade with "9/11 Truth Now" signs. The Presidential motorcade did pass by the demonstrators, who were in close proximity to the Criminal-in-Chief's limousine.