As a builder of skyscrapers, surely, Donald Trump
understands enough about construction and engineering to know that the official story about two planes pulverizing three buildings
on 9/11is about as credible as Killary's "pneumonia" or Obongo's birth certificate. Heck, a mildly retarded 10-year-old
who takes the time to watch the events closley could appreciate the physical impossibilty of what is alleged to have happened
What we find particularly intriguing is
the recent discovery of a day-of-9/11 interview in which Trump openly expressed his disbelief that aluminum airplanes alone
could have taken down the Twin Towers.
"I happen to think that they
had not only a plane, but they had bombs that exploded almost simultaneously because I just can't imagine anything being able
to go through the wall."
Is it possible
that events of that history-altering day have tormented Trump as it has the rest of us "truthers?" Could his controversial
references to "Muslims seen dancing on 9/11" be a cryptic reference to the five "Dancing Israelis" who were the only suspects arrested on that day? Is it possible that a President Trump, as Professor
Kevin Barrett first suggested, may turn the tables on the neo-con evil doers and bring them to justice? Surely, President
Putin of Russia, whose underlings have also dropped hints of 9/11 truth, would support him in such an effort.
If Trump is elevated and inaugurated (and the former does
not necessarily guarantee the latter!), we will not hold our breaths waiting for a new and honest re-investigation of
the false-flag attacks. Trump may be brave, but he is not suicidal. However, on the basis of what you are about to hear in
the You Tube video posted below, perhaps there is a long-shot chance that it could happen. Trump, if he were to survive
while pulling off a "bully pulpit" 9/11 truth campaign, would go down in history as a heroic American figure --
succeeding where the great Joe McCarthy could not.
Speaking of the legendary Senator from Wisconsin who tried to smoke out the agents of the New World Order,
Trump once referred to McCarthy's right-hand man, Roy Cohen, as one of his "mentors." Though Cohen
was a Jewish homosexual who eventually died of AIDS in 1988, he hated the Reds and defended McCarthy until the very end. Just
something to think about, and to hang some desperate final hope upon. But again, don't get too excited.
Have a look at the amazing Trump 9/11 video down below, and please
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Young Roy Cohen assisted
Joe McCarthy and never apologized for it. Cohen later became a good friend and confidante of Donald Trump.