Has Rosie O'Donnell gone from being just another vociferous media liberal to a full-blown 9-11 conspiracy theorist? It would appear so. Have a look at Rosie's recent blog entry,
wherein she serves up an array of controlled-demolition eccentricity. Turns out, according to O'Donnell, 9-11 was all a big plot to do away with FBI and other investigative files on Smith Barney, WorldCom and . . . Enron. What, no Halliburton?H/t reader M.R.
For the third time in history fire brought down a steel building reducing it to rubble. Hold on folks here we go.
- The fires in WTC 7 were not evenly distributed, so a perfect collapse was impossible.
- Silverstein said to the fire department commander “the smartest thing to do is pull it.”
- Firefighters withdrawing from the area stated the building was going to “blow up”.
- The roof of WTC 7 visibly crumbled and the building collapsed perfectly into its footprint.
- Molten steel and partially evaporated steel members were found in the debris.
A few weeks ago, as I noted here
, "The View" had as a guest actress-singer Christine Ebersole who enthused that she had discovered a 9-11 conspiracy maven who was "so great" and that she was "crazy" about him." I'll say.
Rosie helpfully provided the conspiracy-monger's name: John Conner. Now we know why. She has apparently been reading, and buying into, his theories.
Will Barbara Walters at some point say "basta," or will she permit the descent of her show into utter absurdity?
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