Senator Karen Johnson Blasts Congress for Failure to Defend U.S.


For Immediate Release

Contact: Senator Karen S. Johnson (602-926-3160)

Senator Karen Johnson Blasts Congress for Failure to Defend U.S.

In a formal Floor speech in the Arizona Senate tomorrow (Tuesday, June 10),
Senator Karen S. Johnson plans to blast Congress for their failure to defend
U.S. citizens who were killed on September 11, 2001, and their failure to properly
investigate those attacks.

“It has been nearly seven years,” says Johnson, “and we are
faced with new evidence that turns the conclusions of the 9/11 Commission upside
down. We are fighting a war because of 9/11 – and we still don’t
really know what happened. We have spent billions of dollars on the war, with
an additional $340 million per day. Thousands of U.S. servicemen and women have
lost their lives, not to mention the lives of innocent Iraqi and Afghan civilians.”

Johnson revealed in a committee hearing in April that she did not accept the
official report of the 9/11 Commission and has since defended supporters calling
for a new independent investigation of the attacks on the World Trade Center
and the Pentagon. “Ground Zero was treated like little more than the site
of a building demolition – which, of course, is exactly what it was,”
says Johnson. “Everyone who has studied it recognizes that the Twin Towers
and Building 7 came down as a result of controlled explosions – not because
of the airplanes and fires.”

Johnson has joined forces with local 9/11 activists who for more than two weeks
have been staging a protest outside the Phoenix office of presidential candidate
U.S. Senator John McCain. One protestor, college professor Blair Gadsby of Scottsdale,
began a hunger strike on May 26 to bring attention to the need for Congress
to re-open the investigation into 9/11. Gadsby plans to fast until Senator McCain
agrees to meet with experts who will present evidence that the WTC buildings
came down through controlled demolition. Tomorrow will be Day 16 of the Hunger
Strike. Senator Johnson has invited Gadsby to the Senate to listen to her Floor

“The U.S. government is constantly interfering with states in matters
that are none of its business,” said Johnson. “Yet when it comes
to the one really significant job the Constitution assigns to the government
— defending our nation – the federal government failed miserably. Not
only did they fail to put up any sort of a defense after the first plane struck
the North Tower (Tower 1), but they failed to mobilize the air defense system,
they failed to protect the President, who sat reading in a public school for
20 minutes while the attacks continued, and they failed to defend our most important
military installation – the Pentagon. The public is sick to death of do-nothing
politicians in Congress who forget what their job is the minute they arrive
in Washington. Finding out what happened on 9/11 and bringing the perpetrators
to justice is the job of Congress and the Executive branch. We need to know
what happened to Building 7. We need to get answers to the many unanswered questions
that still exist. We need an investigation – especially of the new evidence.
It’s time for Congress and our President to act.”


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