9-11 Press for Truth Analysis Part IV
This continues the vanity section for Paul Thompson. We learn how he first became suspicious of the official story and how some reporter for the Village Voice thought he was the shizzle. We see the great man himself reflecting on his greatness. But then we get back to the real topic, which is the greatness of Paul Thompson's timeline.
The facts presented here are true, but there is a careful intent to present them as proving advance knowledge by the Bush Administration of 9-11. We are told of Ramsey Yussef, but somehow in the context of the never-attempted plot to blow up planes over the Pacific, not the 1993 WTC bombing. In fairness, the film does include Dan Rather talking about Yussef's connection to the prior incident, but that part is soft-played in comparison to the "they should have known about the possibility of terrorists hijacking planes."
Indeed, that is the message here for the most part. But of course terrorist hijackings were nothing particularly new. Not to mention that this particular threat was discovered back in 1995. So you're saying that the Clinton Administration should have instituted changes to security at airports that would have been in place when the Bush Administration took over?
I'm not going to delve into the arcana that follows; you will believe it or not based on your political party. There's nothing really factual to debate; all that's left is partisan slant, which is not a topic we cover on this blog.