Because 59 witnesses would have to conspire to present the same consistent account, the most ridiculous and obvious conspiracy theory of all is coming from the Lone Gunman Conspiracy Theorists.
“What certainly is known is that millions have become affected physically either on 9/11 or in its aftermath—firefighters, rescue/recovery workers, residents, commuters—according to New York City’s health commissioner. Respiratory and lung ailments from Ground-Zero cleanup have received the most medical and media attention because of sheer numbers (22,416 in 2003 alone).”
“Today, the unexpected, rapid growth of cases strongly indicates to health professionals that cancer may be the ‘third wave’ of WTC-linked ailments and soon outnumber pulmonary deaths. Physicians increasingly are making comparisons to Hiroshima/Nagasaki blood cancers from the 1945 atom bomb attack and that same connection to victims of Three Mile Island and Chernobyl.”
Saudi ties to 9/11 detailed in documents suppressed since 2002. But at least she has acknowledged that Saudi Arabia funds terrorists, and scolded them for it, while still being bankrolled by them in this election. And at least we can trust her to keep her word on overturning Citizens United, a feat requiring a constitutional amendment the most untrusted and divisive politician in US history can be counted on to achieve.
The occult influence in Washington is now impossible to ignore, as it plays a large role in the psychology of "illuminated" elites and always has. Now look above. Petrol. Gasoline. Diesel. In all its forms and call it what you will, it's ironic that the "Diesel" jacket summarizes everything this war is really about, oil, and who is gaining from it. It's unlikely this was lost on the murderers as they made this obscene cross of de-facto Christian martyrs.
Hillary Clinton of course. But who was Barry Goldwater, the man this Young Republican was supporting? "Former U.S. Senator Prescott Bush was a friend of Goldwater and supported him in the general election campaign. Bush's son, George H. W. Bush (then running for the Senate from Texas against Democrat Ralph Yarborough), was also a strong Goldwater supporter in both the nomination and general election campaigns."