I can see the problem. We would. I am.
“Early on, they [the news media] thought they could make us look really foolish,” Griffin continued. “I was on Tucker Carlson [his MSNBC show in 2006], and I must have done too well, because I was never asked back.”
Or it could have something to do with Carlson saying your main contention was “wrong, blasphemous and sinful,” and then labeling your theories — one of which concludes six of the 9/11 hijackers are still alive — “totally implausible.”
Griffin’s response: It was reported in the “British press.”
Right next to the story “Yeti admits role in Michael Jackson’s death.”
Griffin has written an entire book on the contradictions he claims riddle the government’s official report on the attack (9/11 Contradictions: An Open Letter to Congress and the Press).
“In that book, there is no theory whatsoever,” he said, “just factual contradictions. . . . Why won’t somebody report the contradictions?”
It could be because his assortment of “factual contradictions” that show up online are mostly trivial, with a fair number of them utterly irrelevant. If you really care about slight variations in reports on what time Vice-President Dick Cheney arrived in his underground bunker, you’ll probably enjoy Griffin’s book.
If not, you might want to skip his lectures, and join me in examining the alien skull fragments I’ve smuggled out of Area 51. One of them has DNA that matches Jimmy Hoffa’s.
Don’t call me. The Illuminati may be listening. Instead, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. They’ll never suspect.