On Sunday, January 22, President Donald Trump admitted at a campaign rally in Laconia, New Hampshire that there were no terrorist attacks in Manhattan on September 11, 2001. The entire speech can be viewed on YouTube.
For those who are impatient, I have selected a short excerpt from the film (approx. 24 minutes).
His explanation for why he remained silent on the subject for so long sounds strange. Like every US president, he was dependent on political arrangements. However, in the wake of the stolen election, he had much more important matters to deal with – primarily the issue of the fraudulent presidential election in 2020 and purging the Republican Party of RINOs (Republican In Name Only). Like every politician, Trump also announces his sensations at the most opportune moment for him.
There is no doubt that the attack on the WTC was the work of high-ranking people in the USA. What is new, however, is that – although the former and hopefully future president – is speaking about it publicly.
Two 100-story skyscrapers collapsed. Instead of forming a huge pile of rubble, most of the material – steel, concrete, glass, people and office equipment – turned to dust in seconds, covering large parts of Manhattan.
[04/02/2024] Several US readers have pointed out to me that Donald Trump has a tendency to ramble and run his sentences together, and speak with partial thoughts, you can’t always take him literally. Therefore, I would also like to express my opinion here that Trump’s words may mean his fight against the system and do not necessarily indicate his knowledge of the 9/11 false flag operation. I haven’t changed my opinion, but I can’t 100% confirm that Trump meant what I wrote in this article.
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Author of the article: Marek Wojcik
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