Nice to hear MSM anchor testily trying to debunk ‘911 conspiracy theories’

Andrew Llewellyn said…
Ridicule is always the best way, there all kooks all got them tin foil hats on, you would think that they would at least try to give a credible argument but no your a conspiracy theorist because you think it’s romantic and an escape from reality
Take 911 on that premise i can set up a demolition company and not use complex and expensive explosives with months of planning and preparation, i could simply fly a plane into a building and have it collapse perfectly into it’s own footprint and have another building come down in complete sympathy for the other(building seven, that was reported by the bbc to have collapsed when it was still in the background of the shot 20 mins before it came down, all on it’s own) now that my friends is a fabulas business opportunity, might go on dragons den. What a farce!

Andy

6:29 pm 

Anonymous said…

The good thing is, MSNBC viewing figures are abysmal now.

People are just not falling for the mainstream media rubbish like this… especially people in their death-throws trying to defend their jobs like Rachel Maddow.

If she wants to start ranting ‘conspiracy theory’, ‘conspiracy theory’ then she is just making even more of an idiot of herself.

In fact, why is she not wearing a tin-foil hat with a MSNBC logo on it?

9:17 pm 

Chris Jones said…

I felt incredibly sad for this woman – shes doing her best but even she sounds utterly unnconvinced by her own half hearted derission and it just feels like the tv station shes in is deserted and crumbling in every sense..
10:55 pm 

Anonymous said…

Apart from the books bit, I really thought she was being professionally sarcastic, she certainly came across like that. She probably did more for conspiracy truths than she intended.

Rachel, get it up you, you are talking utter drivel.

Go and inform yourself before you open yer gob.

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4 Responses to “Nice to hear MSM anchor testily trying to debunk ‘911 conspiracy theories’”

  1. Ridicule is always the best way, there all kooks all got them tin foil hats on, you would think that they would at least try to give a credible argument but no your a conspiracy theorist because you think it’s romantic and an escape from reality
    Take 911 on that premise i can set up a demolition company and not use complex and expensive explosives with months of planning and preparation, i could simply fly a plane into a building and have it collapse perfectly into it’s own footprint and have another building come down in complete sympathy for the other(building seven, that was reported by the bbc to have collapsed when it was still in the background of the shot 20 mins before it came down, all on it’s own) now that my friends is a fabulas business opportunity, might go on dragons den. What a farce!
    Andy

  2. Anonymous says:

    The good thing is, MSNBC viewing figures are abysmal now.

    People are just not falling for the mainstream media rubbish like this… especially people in their death-throws trying to defend their jobs like Rachel Maddow.

    If she wants to start ranting ‘conspiracy theory’, ‘conspiracy theory’ then she is just making even more of an idiot of herself.

    In fact, why is she not wearing a tin-foil hat with a MSNBC logo on it?

  3. Chris Jones says:

    I felt incredibly sad for this woman – shes doing her best but even she sounds utterly unnconvinced by her own half hearted derission and it just feels like the tv station shes in is deserted and crumbling in every sense..

  4. Anonymous says:

    Apart from the books bit, I really thought she was being professionally sarcastic, she certainly came across like that. She probably did more for conspiracy truths than she intended.

    Rachel, get it up you, you are talking utter drivel.

    Go and inform yourself before you open yer gob.

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