At a Press conference on 15 September 2006 with then president George W. Bush, among his long list of blunders he now also added what seems to be one of his greatest fumbles of all time… in an indirect admission that “explosives” were used in the World Trade Centers on 9/11.
In the video, which you can view at the end of this article, Bushexplains how certain “interrogation” (torture) techniques are helping the government track “terrorists” and helped to discover information about the alleged 9/11 plot:
“That is valuable information for those of us who had the responsibility to protect the American people. He told us how the operatives were instructed to use the explosives at a point that were high enough to prevent people trapped above from escaping.”
Notice how when he says “explosives” it throws him off of his speech entirely. He begins to stutter and lose his train of thought which seems to insinuate it evoked an emotional response from him. And for those questioning the authenticity of the speech, a transcript published by the New York Times confirms that is exactly what he said.
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