Sheldon Drobny

Sheldon Drobny at HuffPo: 9/11 "pinned" on Bin Laden because he is Disney cartoon villain

This is the third blog from Sheldon Drobny at Huffington Post articulating skepticism over the official 9/11 fairy tale, actually dated September 7 but never posted here at 911blogger:

"The 9/11 attack was a well-funded plan that involved money as well as manpower and planning within the U.S. It is my personal belief that they gave credit for 9/11 to Bin Laden the same as cops claiming that they have captured a murderer by pinning it on some already known murderer. It gives the public the belief that there has been some positive response by law enforcement. Bin Laden originally denied that he had anything to do with 9/11. He ultimately took credit for it after we insisted that he was responsible. That was the gift of a lifetime for him."

Earlier, Drobny said he believed the hijackers had inside help. He also recently attacked Bill Maher's opinion on 9/11 as naive.

Bill Maher's opinion is naive about 9/11: Sheldon Drobny

I think that Bill Maher is the most talented political pundit of this generation. Since he decided to exclude the right wing nuts from his show, he speaks with much greater credibility. However, his last show was disappointing to me when he essentially marginalized anyone who has doubts about the official 9/11 story. By focusing only upon the controlled demolition theory of the Twin Towers, he excluded a more viable discussion of the collapse of building # 7 that was not hit by anything but the debris from towers 1 and 2. He further criticized those who have other doubts about the official story by intimating that it is ridiculous to believe that our government would attack its own people.