9/11 Truther

Chaffetz skewered over 9/11 conspiracy comments

Source: http://www.sltrib.com/News/ci_14436415

Chaffetz skewered over 9/11 conspiracy comments
Politics » About the attacks, congressman says, 'There's a lot we still need to learn.'

By Matt Canham

The Salt Lake Tribune

Updated:02/19/2010 06:30:11 PM MST

Washington » At often-unpredictable town hall meetings last week, two Utah politicians faced questions from people who believe the government has committed major conspiracies.

But only one of them landed in hot water for his murky answer.

Liberal blogs and pundits have skewered Rep. Jason Chaffetz for comments that seemed to support further investigation into claims the U.S. government perpetrated the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

On Tuesday, a group with a video camera asked Chaffetz about the "9/11 truther" movement and Chaffetz said: "There's a lot we still need to learn." The next day Chaffetz tried to clarify his statement and say he doesn't believe in the conspiracy. He told The Salt Lake Tribune on Friday that he should have been more direct.

Psst - Let's Talk about Debra Medina

Psst - Let's Talk about Debra Medina

Written by David Jennings

Friday, 12 February 2010 08:55

Please visit the original online article to view the video Debra Medina addresses "Truther" Issue February 11, 2010.

Debra Medina didn't answer a question about 911 in a typical, I'm an American by Gawd soundbite and BAM! Her opponents and talking heads went berserk with faux outrage. Her campaign is over!, they cried. She's toast!, they bellowed. She's a loony toon Ron Paul-ite!, they typed. Her character is flawed!, they spoke. Why, she thinks that the gubmint killed 3,000 Americans!, they commented. The truth is that Debra Medina did make a mistake in the way she answered a question from Glenn Beck. But the whole truth is that a mistake in answering was all it was. Debra Medina isn't a kook, a nut, a fruitcake, a loon, an anti-Semite (yeah, one local blogger, an "intellectual", actually raised that one) - she's none of those. She is, however, a fairly inexperienced politician that tends to over-think questions and does allow those surrounding her to influence her thought processes.

What is a "9/11 Truther?"

Jon Gold
9/12/2009

To my knowledge, Nick Levis is the individual that coined the phrase "9/11 Truth." If I am wrong about that, I apologize to the individual responsible for its creation. I always considered that a great phrase because it's kind of hard to spin the word "Truth."

Years ago, back in late 2004, several people in the 9/11 Truth Movement were posting on Howard Stern's Bulletin Board (HSBB) because Howard posted a 9/11 movie on his site, and because there were over 300,000 members.

It Has Happened: I'm a 9/11 Truther; A New Investigation, Broad Amnesty, and Forgiveness

OpEdNews

Original Content at http://www.opednews.com/articles/opedne_ralph_lo_080402_it_has_happened_3a_i_m.htm

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April 3, 2008

It Has Happened: I'm a 9/11 Truther; A New Investigation, Broad Amnesty, and Forgiveness

By Ralph Lopez

The biggest problem with the 9/11 Truth Movement is where it leads: a place dark and evil beyond imagination. Even if deep down you believed it was an inside job, you would need to deny it.

Len Hart: How the Right Wing Embraces and Promotes "Magical Thinking"

From http://www.opednews.com/articles/opedne_len_hart_071114_how_the_right_wing_e.htm
an article by the "The Existentialist Cowboy", Len Hart. Seems he is some sort of 9/11 Truther as well as a fine columnist.

"The GOP is most magical, however, when it tries to explain the truly magical events of 911. Entire airliners vanished without a trace; steel towers defied the laws of physics. David Copperfield is eating his heart out. He only made the Statue of Liberty vanish and, later, a single airliner. Like every sleazy magician who defies his audience to come up with a "rational" explanation for the disappearance of a scantily clad assistant into a collapsing box, the GOP owes much to what is known in the trade as mis-direction. Only the terminology stays the same. The little white bunny disappears down a tiny hole never to be seen again."

Michael Moore: 9/11 Truther

Source: http://www.kxmc.com/News/Nation/135813.asp

Michael Moore: 9/11 Truther

Jun 19 2007 12:00AM

http://sayanythingblog.com/index.php

Not surprising, given that this is the same guy who once compared the terrorists in Iraq to America’s “minutemen” revolutionary fighters. The same idiot who claimed that “there is no terrorist threat.”

Michael Moore went on record this week to tell Infowars.com and WeAreChange.org reporters that three years after the release of his film Fahrenheit 9/11 he now has many more questions about 9/11 and does not believe the public have been told “half the truth” about what really happened

At an event to preview his upcoming film SICKO, Moore told our reporters that many firefighters have since approached him and told him the same story about hearing explosions going off inside the buildings prior to their collapse

Moore also made it clear that he believes the attack on the Pentagon has is being covered up and kept secret from the public and that videos of the impact of flight 77 into the building will “provide answers” to what really happened.

No conspiracy

Source: http://www.chicoer.com/letters/ci_6118139

No conspiracy

Chico Enterprise-Record

Article Launched:06/12/2007 12:00:00 AM PDT

I am not a propagandist. I have no agenda. I have faithfully reported what I have observed. And I share some of letter writer and 9/11 Truther Paul Ellcessor's exasperation.

Shame on the Fox News Channel for abusing Ellcessor's intellectual peer Rosie O'Donnell over her bold statement, "It's the first time in history that fire has ever melted steel." Fox lowering the bar on rational, scientific discussion is entirely unhelpful.

My second talk with Richard Johnson of the New York Post

This is my second talk with Richard Johnson, Page Six editor of The New York Post. The first is described here:
http://www.911blogger.com/node/7133

Richard Johnson and I most certainly do not see eye to eye when it comes to such topics as the collapse of WTC 7 and the importance of a debate between 9/11 Truthers and Popular Mechanics. Nevertheless, I have enjoyed my only two conversations with him and have found him -- at least over the phone -- to be a rather genial and polite man.

However, on his Page Six column of The New York Post, he taken an aggressive stance towards the 9/11 Truth Movement for reasons that so far appear to be invalid and based on rumor and conjecture.