Doofus of the Day: 9/11 Troofer Apologizes for 9/11 Troofiness, but Sticks to Troof
Jefferson City, MO - In a series of discussions with VIN News, a Muslim Democrat running for Secretary of State of the state of Missouri retracted his position in regard to his 9-11 conspiracy theory and has apologized for stating that no Jews were killed at the World Trade Center on 9-11.
According to a report posted earlier today by VIN News, in the Washington Free Beacon , MD Alam, a Democratic Party caucus chairman vying to become Missouri’s next secretary of state ‘has speculated about Jewish involvement in the September 11th terrorist attacks and participated in an event with a Muslim cleric who has accused Israel of terrorism and alleged that the U.S. invented the HIV disease.
‘Why was 9/11 was a official holiday for all Jewish people worked in the WTC?’ Alam asked in an Internet discussion titled, ‘Was 9/11 a conspiracy??’ He continued, ‘My question was, ‘What’s the reason not a single Jew was killed on that day,” Alam said, maintaining that his inquiries are based on facts, rather than a bias against Jewish people. ‘Was there a single Jew killed on that day?’
Alam went on to tout the 9/11 Truther film Loose Change 9/11, and challenged readers to ‘tell me how many of the Jewish people died on the 9/11 tragedy?’
Asked in an interview Monday about his provocative views, Alam stood by his controversial writings, admitting that he has been ‘waiting to discuss it with somebody.’
When Rabbi Yair Hoffman reporting for VIN News contacted Mr. Alam, he initially did confirm that indeed, that was his position.
Mr. Alam was then asked by the reporter, ‘I personally know people that were killed on that tragic day, and can send you information about them. What is your position? Are you saying that these people went into hiding or that his children, his father, and his brother are all lying and, in fact, he is still alive?’
However, after being emailed and seeing evidence that, in fact, Jews were killed in this national tragedy, Mr. Alam offered his apologies and explained that he had been convinced by the material he had read on the internet regarding the issue.
Alam was then put in touch with other people who personally knew other Jewish 9-11 victims.