Ilhan Omar Is Right: Some People Did Something on 9/11

Today, Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth released a new video: “Ilhan Omar Is Right: Some People Did Something on 9/11.”

A snippet from U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar’s recent speech at the Council on American-Islamic Relations, in which she referred to 9/11 by saying that “some people did something,” went viral last week. It triggered a torrent of manufactured outrage — including a tweet by President Donald Trump — claiming that she was trying to downplay the horror of 9/11 and resulting in death threats against her.

Ilhan Omar Is Right: Some People Did Something on 9/11

The underlying truth, which has been completely missed throughout the controversy, is that the public still doesn’t know exactly “who” did something on 9/11 and “what” that something was.

This video features some of the many reporters and anchors who brought us the story of “what” really happened on 9/11, before that story was suppressed. In order of appearance:

N.J. Burkett (WABC); Aaron Brown (CNN); Ashleigh Banfield (MSNBC);
David Lee Miller (Fox News); Peter Jennings (ABC); Minah Kathuria (NBC);
Mark Haines (CNBC); Patty Sabga (CNN); Tom Flynn (CBS); Ron Insana
(CNBC); John Bussey (The Wall Street Journal); Pat Dawson (NBC); Rick
Sanchez (MSNBC); Brian Williams (MSNBC); Tom Brokaw (NBC); Jeffrey
Beatty (CNN Contributor, Total Security International); Jack Kelley (USA
Today).

We encourage everyone to share this video widely and inject some reality into the debate surrounding Representative Omar’s remarks.

SOURCEOriginally published at AE911Truth.Org on 4/17/2019
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