INTERVIEW: Dr. Hulsey on Jimmy Dore!

Over the weekend, we announced that on Friday, Dr. Leroy Hulsey — who authored a four-year computer modeling study through the University of Alaska, Fairbanks (UAF) on the collapse of WTC 7, refuting NIST's conclusions on how the building fell — appeared on the popular podcast, The Jimmy Dore Show. 

Today we're happy to announce that the interview has been released in its entirety, on Rumble instead of YouTube, do to the topic and the censorship by Google and the stated targeting by the platform against researchig and questioning 9/11! We have the receipts to prove it in our article here.
Mixing the startling revelations of the UAF Study with Dore's unique, entertaining style of humor, the hour-long interview provides a refreshing experience for those already awakened to the WTC evidence, along with an eye-opening glimpse into 9/11 Truth for those in the audience not yet familiar with it. 

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Rumble, the free speech platform has been under heavy cyber attacks for the past few weeks, with the Mockingbird media blaming it on China instead of internal threats such as the NSA at Ft. Meade, not to mention the predictive programming of the Obama's new Netflix film, Leave The World Behind — a conveniently timed cyber apocalypse along the lines of the World Economic Forum's Cyber Polygon war gaming drills, with the 9/11 research community being well aware of 9/11 drills becoming active, "Is it real world, or exercise?"  — so, short story long, if the video fails to load on this page as it did earlier today, you can watch it on Jimmy Dore's Rumble page.

— Watch and Share the Film SEVEN

Directed by Dylan Avery and narrated by Ed Asner, SEVEN tells the story of World Trade Center Building 7 — from its jaw-dropping "collapse" on 9/11 to the government's blatant cover-up to the intrepid study by Dr. Leroy Hulsey and his Ph.D. students at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Watch and share SEVEN on any of the platforms listed here.

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