More Troofer Telephone Games
It is always amusing to see the number of new ways troofers can come up with to present "evidence". Like that game we played in grade school, "telephone" each time it is passed on it takes a new form. Today's example is in reference to Marvin Bush on the board of directors of Stratesec. Stratesec, then known as Securacom, and now defunct, had a contract to install electronic security systems in the World Trade Center up until 1998. Usually the troofers twist this to be at the time of the attacks and add that Wirt Walker III is a Bush cousin, despite the fact that there is no evidence he was. Often, they also make Stratesec in charge of World Trade Center and Marvin Bush personally responsible. This is the first time I have heard this particular claim though:
Immediately following the acquisition of the WTC complex, the new owner makes it a priority to change Security companies. The CEO and a director of the new security company are none other than George W. Bush’s brother, Marvin Bush, and cousin, Wirt Walker III.
Now apparently, they were not involved in security until right before 9/11. Amazing.
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