Evidunce from the 9-11 Consensus Nutbars
Came across this at 9-11 Troof dot org.
The 9/11 Consensus Panel now offers four evidence-based Points about the alleged phone calls from the 9/11 flights.Cue Twilight Zone music. As usual, the goofballs go over the edge in an effort to make everything mysterious. Beamer was "strangely tranquil"? He declined to speak to his wife? 1111111!
The famous "let's roll" drama of the passenger revolt on UA 93 was relayed by passenger Todd Beamer's 13-minute unrecorded seat-back call to GTE telephone supervisor Lisa Jefferson, who reported Beamer as strangely tranquil, declining to speak to his wife. Eerily, Beamer's line remained open for 15 minutes after the crash.
Of course, if a 9-11 Troofer had been on the plane that day, he would have been babbling like a madman. "We're all gonna die--But not on this jet!" Because we all know that real men lose their heads in emergencies.
As for Beamer declining to speak to his wife, the reason for that is well-known, and no, it's not what the 9-11 Nutsensus Panel states:
It was not just that he didn't want to upset her. She'd had a difficult pregnancy and he didn't want her to have a miscarriage. And later the creeps ask:
Beamer continued talking to Jefferson, rather than having her transfer him to Lisa Beamer, because his wife was pregnant and he did not want to upset her.
He did not ask to talk with her because he did not want to upset her, although learning of his death would presumably upset her.
This explanation is inconsistent with the FBI report that he had first tried to reach his residence at 9:43:48 AM.But if you go back to one of the first reports about Beamer's call, which these retards know about because they link to it, the answer becomes quite obvious:
"I introduced myself as Mrs. Jefferson. I said, 'I understand that you're on United Flight 93 and it's being hijacked.' And I asked him to explain."See? He at first tried calling his house and when he couldn't get through, he tried calling an operator. It was only after he heard about the planes crashing in New York that he decided not to talk to his wife. On September 10, 2001, it would have been one thing to hear that your spouse was on a plane that had been hijacked. It would be worrying, certainly, but you'd also know that historically, most people on hijacked planes survived the ordeal. On September 11, after seeing the Twin Towers burning, it would have been quite another thing.
He knew there were at least three hijackers, two with knives who had commandeered the plane's controls and one with a suspected bomb strapped around his waist who kept watch on the passengers.
The pilot and copilot lay motionless on the floor in front of a curtain that had been drawn by the bomb-carrying hijacker. Beamer told Jefferson he could not tell whether the pilot, Capt. Jason Dahl, 43, of Denver, or first officer, LeRoy Homer, 36, of Marlton, N.J., were alive.
She told Beamer about the two planes crashing in New York.
What a bunch of evil dirtbags the Troofers are.