At some point, 911 "conspiracy nuts" should disappear...right?
‘Drinking the 9/11 Kool-Aid’ was the title of an April 24, 2008 Arizona Republic editorial that referred to Arizona Senator Karen Johnson “believing fever swamp nonsense” because she has been courageous enough to publicly state: “There are many of us that believe there’s been a cover-up.”
Immediately after reading this article, I sent Senator Johnson the following email:
"Are you aware of a book we published, Stranger Than Fiction , that tracks mainstream media's articles about 9-11? No alternative press, no ‘conspiracy’ theories... just the facts that point directly to the ‘real story’-- exposed by those who tried to keep it hidden.”
I offered to send the Senator a copy of this book if she hadn’t read it yet, and immediately I received a response from Senator Johnson’s assistant, Karen Winfield:
“I’m pretty familiar with the books she has read on 9/11, and I don’t believe she has Stranger Than Fiction.
"She would enjoy reading it, I’m quite sure. Thank you for your kind offer to send her a copy. If you’d like to meet with her, you could just bring a copy.”
Karen Johnson is a statesperson who deeply cares about her country and her constituency--and who has the courage to ignore her colleagues, mainstream media and others toeing the party line, when they refer to her as a “kook” or “conspiracy nut.”
The senator is renowned for her outspoken politics and devotion to the US constitution.
"I guess I define myself as a truth seeker, that is what I want, I want to find the truth," she states in a recent infowar.com interview.
I would like to congratulate mainstream media for their persistence in doing everything possible to keep the truth about 9/11 from the American public.
The real story is in Stranger than Fiction.
Senator Johnson will not continue in office after this year despite serving nearly two decades, because as she explains:
"I can't handle serving any longer with the folks that I sit with... The majority of them are more worried about passing a bill about talking on your cell phone as you go down the freeway than the fact that our country is falling down around us."