What Americans think happen 18 years ago on 9/11

Today on 9/11 I would like to look at how most Americans look at that fateful day.

A day when three events happen in New York City alone that never occurred before.

Three steel-frame skyscrapers collapse into their own footprint from fire. Never before or since has a building of this type collapsed from fire. WTC Building 7 imploded on itself some 7 hours after the attack without a plane hitting it.

A new draft study from the scientists and engineers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks refutes the stated government cause of the collapse was from fire. I have written about this recently here and also here.

Personally, I do not need to come up with an alternative theory about what brought the buildings down. No that’s where you get branded a “conspiracy theorist” or a “truther” to marginalize your thoughts.

No, all I am saying is that I don’t believe the official narrative put out by NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) that fire brought down the buildings.

I guess that would label me a conspiracy analyst.

However, Americans seem to be wising up however to the idea that the story presented to them by the government may not be the truth or at the least the whole story, according to the latest polling data.

A Chapman University study in Dec. 2016 found 54.3 percent of respondents agree or strongly agree that the government is concealing what they know about the 9/11 attacks.

“We found clear evidence that the United States is a strongly conspiratorial society,” study lead author Christopher Bader, a sociologist at Chapman University in California, said in a statement.”

Moving forward according to two very recent polls many Americans have real doubts about the suicide of Jeffery Epstein.

The first poll finds that 42 percent of Americans adults think Epstein was murdered to prevent him from testifying against powerful people with whom he associated.

Only 29 percent believe he actually committed suicide while in jail with another sizable 29 percent undecided. according to Rasmussen Reports survey.

According to a new poll by Emerson College on Epstein’s fate,  34 percent believe he was murdered, 33 percent believe the official narrative that he hanged himself and 32 percent are unsure.

Well on this day I will take time to reflect on all the people I know who went to work on this day 18 years ago and never came home. I personally will never forget and hope at some point that we get the answers we seek on what happen.

Take a moment to reflect today.

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1 thought on “What Americans think happen 18 years ago on 9/11

  1. Agreed, Michael!! We all need to reflect!! I have heard Richard Dolan talk about how his Father did NOT go to work on that day!! Yes, indeed, we DO miss those we have lost!! But knowing that each of us is an Eternal, Sovereign Being, who chose to incarnate here, gives us a little bit of comfort in knowing that our short time here on Earth is but a blink of the eye in Eternity!! It helps to connect with fellow human beings who hold positive beliefs!!

    I would like to take a moment to thank Alexandra Bruce for her unceasing quest to get the truth out!! As we well know, those who wish to continue printing truth are attacked in many ways. Our prayers are with people like Michael, here, & Alexandra for pushing forward & standing in their own integrity…..a value that has been sadly lacking with our own government over the past decades! Blessings on ALL who continue to put forth FACTS, not emotional dribble!! 😉

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