Video: Bush 9/11 Inaction

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A short production of news clips detailing George W. Bush’s 9/11 inaction, including his post-attack foot dragging on establishing an independent investigation into the worst attack ever on United States soil.

This video montage chronicles the actions of President George W. Bush on the morning of 9/11. Of course, essentially all of the U.S. leadership followed a similar course of non-action. Perhaps this video creator will show us the door of Secretary of DEFENSE Donald Rumsfeld’s office while he held a closed-door meeting throughout the events rather than defending the nation… or one of our other ‘leaders’ NOT taking action…

Bush was clearly negligent in his duty on 9/11, not only as President, but also as our Commander in Chief. His inaction alone is reason enough to re-open the 9/11 investigation. Throw in the fact that Donald Rumsfeld was not at his post directing a defense for this country, and that Dick Cheney tracked the Pentagon attack “vehicle” from over 50 miles out and still did not shoot the object down, and you have negligence and dereliction of duty at the highest levels of the U.S. government.

Don’t just ask for a new investigation. Ask for a real 9/11 investigation.

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