In 2011, Donald Rumsfeld went on a radio and television tour to promote sales of his revisionist memoir. Of course, most hosts refused to ask him any questions of substance. However, one radio host hailing out of Chicago, Mancow Muller, was unafraid of asking hard-hitting questions.
On the show, Mancow asked Donald Rumsfeld what his thoughts were on World Trade Center Tower 7. His answer was ridiculous.
“What is building 7? …I’ve never heard that before.” said Donald Rumsfeld
Amazingly, some folks still believe that only two towers fell that fateful day back in September 2011. The fact that Tower 7, a 47-story building, collapsed, was but a small blip in the media. Since 9/11, World Trade Center Tower 7 is rarely, if at all mentioned in the mainstream media.
Insanely enough, when tower 7 is mentioned to some people, they think that it’s a conspiracy theory that it fell.
While people who rely solely on the mainstream media for their information may have an excuse for not knowing about Tower 7, the two-time Secretary of Defense, three-term Congressman, and director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, has no excuse.
Any attempt to deny the reality of Tower 7 when you have the political past of this man is insanity — which makes the fact that he just did it a second time seem like a scene from the Twilight Zone.
In the video below, Luke Rudkowski with We Are Change, and friend of the Free Thought Project, confronts the former secretary of defense who was on duty on 9/11. Once again, he disgustingly denies that it happened.
What was that saying that Bush made so popular as he fumbled for words attempting to cover up his lies about Iraq? “Fool me once…….shame on…………shame on you………..fool me…you can’t get fooled again.”
Regardless of your views on what caused tower 7 to fall — the fact remains that it did. Anyone who keeps denying it is either a fool or has something to hide.
Watch the video below and ask yourself how in the world it’s possible for this man to continue to deny this reality.