NYC Fire Commissioners investigate 911
Jul 31, 2019
The demolition of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001 are finally being investigated properly. The firefighters in NYC know that there is “overwhelming evidence” that the towers were demolished by “pre-planted explosives,” and not by planes.
They started off by saying the Pledge of Allegiance. Ten minutes later, they were reading the text of a resolution claiming the existence of “overwhelming evidence” that “pre-planted explosives . . . caused the destruction of the three World Trade Center buildings.”nd so it was, on July 24, 2019 — nearly 18 years after the horrific attacks that traumatized a nation and changed the world forever — the Franklin Square and Munson Fire District, which oversees a volunteer fire department serving a hamlet of 30,000 residents just outside of Queens, New York, became the first legislative body in the country to officially support a new investigation into the events of 9/11.
The resolution, drafted and introduced by Commissioner Christopher Gioia, was unanimously approved by the five commissioners.
Their investigation, no doubt, will also uncover the fact that Building 7 was demolished deliberately. At the time, the official said that they had to bring it down because it was unsafe. My question is how did they plant those explosives so quickly after the other two towers fell? Furthermore, a news reporter reported the collapse of Building 7 even while it was still standing in the background of the reporter.
I believe that when the truth comes out about who was behind 911, some people in our own government will be hanged for mass murder. During his presidential campaign, Trump himself called for an investigation. He knows more than he says.
It was probably the worst power grab in American history, because it was intended to be the incident that forced the passage of the Patriot Act, which also had been pre-written for the occasion. It was introduced just a few weeks later on October 23, 2001 and passed largely by the Republican members of congress.