Fictional NYC Fireman to Promote 9/11 Conspiracy Lunacy

September 11 has been forgotten by most, or Chairman Zero could never have been elected. But even some moonbats still remember the heroism of the many firemen who were killed on that awful day. The TV show “Rescue Me” will keep the memories alive by featuring an NYC firefighter who believes the atrocities of 9/11 were the work of the Bush Administration. The part is played by Daniel Sunjata, who actually holds this view in what passes for “real life” among actors:

In the episode, Mr. Sunjata’s character delivers a two-minute monologue for a French journalist describing a “neoconservative government effort” to control the world’s oil, drastically increase military spending and “change the definition of pre-emptive attack.” To put it into action, he continues, “what you need is a new Pearl Harbor. That’s what they said they needed.”

Mr. Sunjata surprised some of the TV reporters when he said that he “absolutely, 100 percent” supports the assertion that “9/11 was an inside job.”

Future generations will grow up believing that Republicans were behind 9/11, and that al Qaeda terrorists were innocent victims of imperial neocons. Thanks to their control of the media, the bad guys are winning.

Moonbats rewrite history to turn this to their advantage.

On a tip from mega. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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