Censored comedian Jimmy Dore, a well-known, progressive-leftist, political commentator calls out Building 7 issue on his popular podcast

Building 7 just won’t go away.
 
22 years after the events of September 11, 2001, the 47-story building’s impossible fall remains cemented in the event’s memory as a clear and undeniable indicator that we’ve been lied to about the 21st century’s most important day.
 

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And while the general acknowledgment of Building 7’s obvious controlled demolition has been slow in forming within the national dialog, lately more and more public figures have been speaking out about it. 
 
On a recent episode of his popular podcast, political commentator and stand-up comedian Jimmy Dore had this to say:
 

“People are now finally being allowed to question the narrative… the official narrative of 9/11. The University of Anchorage… their engineering department already proved Building 7 was brought down on purpose. I saw a meme the other day… it had the Twin Towers… it said ‘never forget,’ and then right next to it, it had Building 7. It said ‘forget.”

 
 
Dore went on.
 

“So, they took down Building 7 and I said this since… I don’t know… 2008 when we started our comedy podcast with Todd Glass.  It’s obvious!  It’s obvious they did that. Again, who are you going to believe-- the government or your lying eyes? I’m going to believe my lying eyes, and I’m going to believe the University of Anchorage.”

 
The “University of Anchorage” that Dore refers to, of course, is the University of Alaska Fairbanks report headed by structural engineering professor, Dr. Leroy Hulsey, who released a report in 2020 proving that the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s claims regarding the cause of Building 7’s fall were incorrect, and that the only way that it could have come down in the manner that it did was if its core and exterior columns were all severed within seconds of each other, over at least eight stories.
 
Though the UAF report does not comment on the possible cause of such a phenomenon, common sense dictates that a circumstance like that could not happen as a result of office fires.
 
Despite UAF’s report on WTC 7 revealing substantial flaws in NIST’s report, neither NIST nor any agency or individual within the federal government has yet shown a desire to analyze and rectify the problem.
 
 
Dore went on to comment about how 9/11 was exploited by the Bush administration to push its overseas agenda, and how President George W. Bush refused to testify to the 9/11 Commission without his Vice President, Dick Cheney, being present. 
 
While reading a statement issued by the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire, which implored Americans to not let the “blood-soaked monsters of the Military Industrial Congressional Complex” grandstand and virtue signal on the anniversary without reminding them that, “…we know what they did and we’ve had enough,” Dore said, “Well, I’m doing my best. I’m doing my part. This is my part… letting you know that Building 7 was a hoax.” 
 
He then pointed out how coverage of the UAF report was publicized in Alaska, yet hardly mentioned anywhere else in the national media. 
 
Sarcastically, Dore concluded: 
 

“All you got to do is look and you know that a building that wasn’t even hit by a plane all of a sudden falls into its own footprint? Yeah! It happens every day! It happens all the time.”

 
 
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As a left-leaning political commentator, Jimmy Dore’s words alongside Carlson’s provide an excellent example of how the question of what really happened at the World Trade Center on 9/11 is one that transcends political preferences and remains a critical issue that continues to haunt our nation to this day. 
 
Only by unapologetically voicing their doubts about the 9/11 official story, as Dore did, can high-profile figures help bring those who died on 9/11 the justice they deserve. As media titans in the public eye, those with large audiences have a chance to make an impact on our country that could turn the tide of 9/11 denial in a completely opposite direction and shift public opinion away from the stigma that has been placed on discussion of the issue.   
 
We commend Jimmy Dore for his willingness to speak the truth on his podcast, and we encourage others with a following like his to buck the weight of corporate and cultural pressures by doing the same. 
 
Jimmy Dore, with guest co-host Craig “Pasta” Jardula from The Convo Couch’s YouTube channel discuss 9/11 in this clip from the Jimmy Dore Show, below.
 

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