Yes, there is something you can do. And you can do it from your own home!
While COVID-19 has made normal life difficult around much of the world, it has also made meeting with elected officials and their staffs much easier.
With the release of the Hulsey Report last month and yesterday’s submission of our Request for Correction to NIST — which is truly a roadmap for understanding exactly what is wrong with NIST’s WTC 7 report — it is now imperative that we get this information in front of every member of Congress.
You can make this happen by arranging a phone meeting between you, your member of Congress (or their staff), and representatives of AE911Truth. It’ll take you just five minutes to submit the request, a little correspondence with our legislative coordinator, Andy Steele, and just 15 to 30 minutes for the meeting.
We’ve already had two successful meetings with congressional offices since the release of the Hulsey Report. But we must have dozens more in the weeks ahead. This is your chance to be heard and possibly inspire the first member of Congress to push for a real investigation of the World Trade Center’s destruction.
Participating with you in this meeting will be AE911Truth’s CEO and founder Richard Gage, board member Roland Angle, and Director of Strategy and Development Ted Walter.
It’s easy to submit a meeting request. Simply follow the steps below!
Step 1: Find Your Representative’s Website
Either Google your representative to find his or her website or you can find it at https://www.house.gov/representatives. If you don’t know who your representative is, you can find out by entering your zip code at the top right of the house.gov site.
Step 2: Submit the Meeting Request
Find the page on your representative’s website for submitting a meeting request. Below is the information you will typically be asked to enter.
Step 3: Coordinate With Us
Subject Line (if you are asked to provide one)
University of Alaska Fairbanks WTC 7 Report and NIST Request for Correction
Tell your representative's office that you are a constituent and that you are requesting the meeting on behalf of yourself and that representatives of AE911Truth will participate.
If the “Organization” field is optional, you don’t need to enter anything. If you are required to enter the name of an organization, put “Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth.”
AE911Truth.org (if you are required to enter one)
Any day between now and the end of May.
Any time between 12:00 noon EDT and 5:00 PM EDT.
Names and Short Bios of All Attendees
Your name and short bio (your occupation alone is enough)
Richard Gage, AIA
Founder and CEO of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth
Roland Angle, PE
Board Member of Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth
Director of Strategy for Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth
Note: If a congressional office requests an address or location for each meeting participant, please give AE911Truth’s address or city/state for all three AE911Truth representatives:
2342 Shattuck Ave., Suite 189
Berkeley, CA 94704
Short Description of Your Organization
A 501(c)(3) nonprofit representing 3,280 architects and engineers who are calling for a new investigation of the collapse of the three WTC towers on 9/11.
Federal Legislation or Issue to Be Discussed
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth funded a four-year computer modeling study on the collapse of World Trade Center Building 7 by engineers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The final report of that study was released on March 25, 2020.
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth, along with 88 architects and structural engineers and ten 9/11 family members, also submitted a Request for Correction to the National Institute of Standards and Technology regarding NIST’s 2008 report on WTC 7.
We will present a summary of the study’s findings and outline the contents of the Request for Correction. Ultimately, we are asking that the representative push for a hearing on the NIST WTC 7 report or contact NIST directly to receive NIST’s response to the Request for Correction when NIST issues it.
Name and Cell Phone Number for Day-of-Meeting Contact
Enter your name and phone number.
Willing to Accept a Meeting with Staff?
Note: In many cases, the member of Congress will not be available and we will need to meet with a member of his or her staff. Often, meeting request forms ask if the requester is willing to meet with a member of the staff.