Why Bush Did 9/11

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To my mind, the most damning evidence against George W. Bush is this:
George W. Bush read a children’s story aloud about a pet goat throughout the entire unfolding of 9/11. There were four hijacked planes, two towers hit and he still kept reading the story. He did not monitor what was going on. He did not order any action. He did not even get himself to a safe location. I know this story is true because I have him on video tape. I bought a copy of the Great Conspiracy video showing Bush at the school. . Keep in mind when this video was shot, one tower was already hit. Unfortunately, that Memory Hole video does not catch Card whispering in Bush’s ear. It just shows him carrying on as if nothing happened. Nero played the violin while Rome burned. George W. Bush read a children’s story while New York burned.

Now how do you interpret this?

I agree there are many ways to interpret his inaction, but it seems every possible interpretation should be sufficient to impeach George W. Bush. Unfortunately, that fact alone is insufficient for impeachment. We have to determine which particular explanation actually applies.

George W. Bush was the only man in the western world who did not know what was going on. His handlers kept him in the dark.
George W. Bush was just a figurehead, so it was not necessary for him to stop reading. Nor did those truly in charge really need him when he finally did stop. Getting him to read a children’s story helped occupy him and keep him out of the way.
George W. Bush was so clueless that he though the two tower hits were both accidents caused by inexperienced hijacker pilots and that there was nothing to be done about the other two hijackings. This is the explanation he gave to Jordan, a school child, when Jordan asked about it later.
George W. Bush was stoned/drunk/hungover. He was in no shape to deal with the crisis, so his people…...

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