Conspiracy Madness of the Day
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Daily Cardinal gives an entirely too credulous reading to an event sponsored by an Islamist front group, featuring a “theologist” who claimed the 9/11 attacks were engineered by the Bush administration: Theologist suggests Sept. 11 conspiracy. (Hat tip: Ann Althouse, via Bryan Smith.)
Theorists bent on exposing falsehoods in The 9/11 Commission Report maintain the attacks were a conspiracy led by the Bush administration, as UW-Madison students heard Monday at an event sponsored by the Muslim Jewish Christian Alliance for 9/11 Truth.
The event, broadcast on C-SPAN, featured Christian theologist David Griffin, Ph.D, and his interpretations of the alleged Sept. 11 conspiracy theory. Griffin’s speech addressed his own compiled evidence that suggests the attacks were not only known about by the United States government and military, but orchestrated in order to expand an “American empire” allegedly based on oil and power.
“Immediately after the attacks, the Bush administration kept referring to the attacks as an opportunity,” Griffin said, specifically noting that U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld referred to the attacks as “an opportunity to re-create the world.” Griffin explores these ideas and more in his two books about a Sept. 11 conspiracy theory, “The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions About the Bush Administration and 9/11” and “The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions Compile the Evidence for Bush Administration Complicity in 9/11.”
A Google search on the name of this group uncovers a squirming nightmare snakepit of left wing lunacy: Google Search: ‘Muslim Jewish Christian Alliance for 9/11 Truth’.