So, NewLeftMedia went to the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear on Saturday, just as they had gone to a bunch of teabagger events before, to get a sense of the type of people in attendance. I'm only a little bit of the way through this so far, but these liberal attendees don't seem particularly idiotic or mock-worthy…
Wait a minute. What are those people saying about 9/11 and George W. Bush around 3:15 minutes in?
Could it be…?
Tags: 9/11, Jon Stewart, Rally to Restore Sanity, Stephen Colbert, Truthers, Washington DC
The Onion reports on a moving monument that is itself quite obviously a government ruse if you look at it from the right angle. Wake up, sheeple!
On a remote patch of Kansas prairie believed to fall outside the range of U.N. spy satellites, construction is finally complete on the long- awaited 9/11 Truther Memorial, sources confirmed Wednesday…
"It was a long time coming, but at last it's here," said Don Gustaf, a blogger who drove from Cincinnati to see the site. "This will stand forever in tribute to those who lost their lives the day clandestine CIA operatives used advanced wireless technology to electronically hijack a pair of 767s and remotely fly them into the World Trade Center."
Created by a design team who chose to remain anonymous for fear of reprisals from the Bilderberg Group, the memorial has as its centerpiece the "Truth Towers," a 60-foot-tall replica of the World Trade Center that houses a museum devoted to unanswered questions surrounding the attacks. Below it lies a pentagonal reflecting pool from which emerge 18 steps leading to the base of the monument, with each stair intended to symbolize one of the 18 Great Lies of the 9/11 conspiracy.
If you've read this far, you already know too much. It's over for you, man. I'm sorry, it's over.
Tags: 9/11, The Onion, Truthers, World Trade Center
Jesse Ventura — former governor of Minnesota and feather boa aficionado — is claiming that he was essentially paid by MSNBC to shut his notoriously big and famously loud mouth after only a short stint as a host on the network, because of his opposition to the war in Iraq…
LA Times: What happened to "Jesse Ventura's America," which ran briefly on MSNBC in 2003?
Jesse "The Body" Ventura: It was awful. I was basically silenced. When I came out of office, I was the hottest commodity out there. There was a bidding war between CNN, Fox and MSNBC to get my services. MSNBC ultimately won. I was being groomed for a five day-a-week TV show by them. Then, all of a sudden, weird phone calls started happening: "Is it true Jesse doesn't support the war in Iraq?"
My contract said I couldn't do any other cable TV or any news shows, and they honored and paid it for the duration of it. So in essence I had my silence purchased. Why do you think you didn't hear from me for three years? I was under contract. They wouldn't even use me as a consultant!
What? Not MSNBC, that towering beacon of serious journalism! But based upon Keith Olbermann's sign-off every night, I've been led to believe that MSNBC was not a complicit pawn of the Bush administration in allowing the U.S. to illegally invade Iraq with minimal opposition! Why, I never!
That said, how much would it cost to pay Ventura off and keep his new Truther show "Conspiracy Theory" off the air?
Tags: 9/11, Iraq, Jesse Ventura, Minnesota, MSNBC, Truthers
Charlie Sheen's make-pretend conversation with President Obama concerning his 9/11 conspiracy theories, acted out by puppets. That has be the funniest thing ever, right?
Actually, no, it doesn't have to be…
Why so serious, puppets? Hasn't anybody ever told you that you're puppets?
Part 2 is over here (if you were even capable of making it to the end of Part 1)
Tags: 9/11, Barack Obama, Charlie Sheen, Truthers