Professor Jones Exposes Controlled Demoltion of WTC on MSNBC
Tucker Carlson Visibly Shaken, Attemps to Keep Jones from Presenting
Infowars | November 15, 2005
By Alex Jones
Today I had a chance to see Tucker Carlson attempt to grill BYU Physics Professor Dr. Steven Jones. Carlson implied that the Professor was aiding
evil terrorists in the Middle East. He never gave the professor more than 10
seconds without interrupting him.
Professor Jones is to be commended, though, because he made the key point
that buildling 7 wasn't hit by an airplane and that molten steel was found
in the basements of all three buildings weeks later, when only massive
amounts of thermite explosives can cause this effect.
The good news is that the controlled press is on the defensive more and more
and is being forced to respond to the alternative media that, in many cases,
rivals government-controlled organs or propaganda, and in some cases is now
I have never seen Tucker Carson so upset. He looked like a scared little
boy. His body language screamed inner conflict. You can tell that he knows
that it's true and that he fought with his producers to even be able to get
Jones on, and that he was supposed to attack Jones. But, whereas in the
past, many of the people he attacked he disagreed with, with Jones he feels
The only thing that even neared an effective attack on Carlson's part was
his line about how a fuel oil tank under Building 7 made it collapse. The
problem with this 4-year-old conspiracy theory is that FEMA has long since
retracted it and now says they don't know why Buildling 7 fell.
Don't forget the Madrid building. It burned for over 36 hours, over 70
percent of its floors had 100-ft white-hot flames shooting towards the sky,
yet none of its major supports even bent. Metal desks in the center of the
Madrid inferno, while blackened, were still useable.