Truth Jihad: 9/11 truth: An election issue in Wisconsin?

Robert Burke
Robert Burke

US Air Force veteran and 2012 gubernatorial candidate Robert Burke is pushing 9/11 truth in the Wisconsin Libertarian party. He wants the Party to support AE911Truth’s resolution at the AIA Convention demanding a real investigation of the demise of World Trade Center Building 7 – the achilles heel of 9/11. Burke is even getting the Wisconsin mainstream media to cover WTC-7!

I can relate. In 2006 I was witch-hunted out of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and refused a tenure-track job at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, for researching 9/11. In 2008 I ran for Congress as a pro-9/11-truth Libertarian, won the primary in a landslide, and got a bigger percentage of the general election vote than any other 3rd party candidate.

According to a poll I commissioned, about one-third of the people in my district (WI-3) support an investigation to determine whether controlled demolition brought down the three World Trade Center skyscrapers.

Do the other two-thirds believe the official story? Perhaps. But no University of Wisconsin teacher is willing to defend it – not for one thousand or even two thousand dollars! Apparently belief in the official story here in Wisconsin is two-thirds of a mile wide and a half an inch deep.

It is indeed striking that no qualified independent experts will defend the official version of 9/11.



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