Media Round Up
With the upcoming release of Oliver Stone's "World Trade Center" and the 5th Anniversary of 9/11 coming up, the media coverage of the conspiracy theories is continuing to heat up. Just today Jason Bermas faced a rather hostile (although not hostile enough) interviewer on MSNBC. I say the more the better, the more exposure these guys get to the real media, as opposed to suckups on websites and fringe radio, the more the will be shown for the dishonest hacks they are.
Bermas idiotically states:
Nobody is here to disrespect the victims the family members and say that they are off somewhere, we believe they are alive. We just happen to believe that a commercial airliner did not strike the Pentagon.
After being questioned about this by the host, he reversed himself. But remember, a mistatement is not accidental, reveals your true feelings. Just ask Larry Silverstein and Donald Rumsfeld.
FoxNews' Bill O'Reilly, Kevin Barrett's number 1 fan, also had a clip this evening where he interviewed Jim Meigs from Popular Mechanics on their new book Debunking 911 Myths, which incidently has a new website. It was a pretty good interview, although a bit short. My number one complaint was that he addressed the cell phones on planes issue only by saying that cell phone calls can be made from planes. That is true, but as I have shown it is mostly irrelevent, since almost all the calls were made on airfones anyway. Anyway, I ordered the book today on Amazon, but they say it is not in stock yet. If anyone knows of the O'Reilly clip on the Internet, let me know and I will link it.
Update: Here is the O'Reilly clip.