Trump’s Words About 9/11 Parallel This Chilling Interview on the Day of the Attack
This past July, Donald Trump was hosting a Saudi-backed LIV golf event in New Jersey, a move that drew the ire of many American families who were impacted by the September 11 terrorist attack on America.
Trump, as he has done about numerous accepted narratives since the very beginning of his run for the presidency in 2015, said words that were both cryptic and telling in that they speak to the growing realization of millions and millions of people worldwide that our lives and the governmental forces that run them are not at all what they have posed to be.
“Well, nobody’s gotten to the bottom of 9/11, unfortunately, and they should have as to the maniacs that did that horrible thing to our city, to our country, to our world,” Trump said. “So nobody’s really been there.”
Fewer and fewer people are screaming cOnSPiRaCy ThEoRy!!, given the mass great awakening to the truth dawning all over the planet. Is it really out of the question to consider that Trump is right, that our government and its propaganda-pushing megaphone the mainstream media peddled a narrative to its listeners? And continue to do so? Let’s not even get into the aftermath of what we were told in relation to Bush, Afghanistan, and Iraq, in what amounted to one of those endless wars Trump frequently denounces–and kept us out of during his presidency.
Perhaps Americans didn’t know that on the very morning of the 9/11 attacks, Trump, who was then overseeing his own buildings in New York, asserted with utmost assurance that there was no way those planes could do what they did the way they appeared to do it.
The people who run TrumpCommission.org believe George W. Bush was actively involved in covering up certain details about the September 11 attacks. On the organization’s homepage, it says, “You [Trump] were one of the first, on the same day, to recognize that bombs must have been used on the WTC towers because steel is so strong. Over 2500 Architects and Engineers agree, along with PhDs in Physics, writing research papers for scholarly journals.”
The reason the Donald Trump September 11 interview exists in the first place is because in the wake of the attacks journalists thought, giving his expertise on real estate and building structure, his opinion regarding the specifics of the devastating damage was worth taking into consideration.
During the Donald Trump September 11 interview, he gives specific details for how the planes that crashed into the World Trade Center buildings were able to penetrate the stalwart steel cage of the buildings’ exterior, saying there had to have been bombs planted that exploded on impact, otherwise it would have been almost impossible for them to cause such damage.
Of course in recent years MSM bastions like the Washington Post, in typical totalitarian fashion, have worked tirelessly to delegitimize and dehumanize anyone who dares question the myriad of inconsistencies concerning the story peddled to the world concerning 9/11.
I realize it is a lot to take in mentally, but really, think about it: Is it really that out of the question for everything we’ve been fed in the last 21 years since that pivotal day has been one well-orchestrated lie? Santa Claus says hi. Group-think is a powerful thing, and if Americans as one big test-group have come to believe that impeachments and Russian disinformation and Covid and Monkeypox and vaccines and climate change and FBI raids and and and and are all utter bullshit, why shouldn’t we at least open the conversation to the possibility that the 9/11 narrative we’ve been fed is also complete and utter bullshit?
Yes, all the heartfelt Facebook memes we’ll see this weekend are well intended–may we never forget–but along with that, may we also never forget our right to speak up so that we will soon know the truth about 9/11 in its entirety.
May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well after all, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.