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November 26, 2010

MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann named Roger Ailes his “worser” person of the day, raging that Judge Napolitano’s courage in questioning the 9/11 attacks amounted to hypocrisy because Fox’s other marque hosts have engaged in so many witch hunts against other professed doubters of the government’s official fairy tale. Thus he deduces that if they have called for other figures, like Van Jones, to be fired or outcast, then Napolitano should also be fired. How about free speech?

Olbermann stated:

“Roger Ailes of ‘Fixed’ News’ employee Judge Andrew Napolitano went on the radio yesterday to declare that 9/11 “couldn’t possibly have been done the way the government told us.” OK, Napolitano’s a truther. I don’t have to agree with him; you don’t have to disagree with him. But according to his employer’s code of smear, they’ve got to fire him. Televangelist Glenn Beck hunted Van Jones on the flimsier complaint that Jones had unknowingly signed a truther petition. Sean Hannity said Jones should be fired immediately. O’Reilly attacked Feisel Abdul Rauf of the Park 51 Center in New York, because even though Rauf believes the attacks were created by extremist Muslims, one of his former associates is a truther. So Ailes has to fire Napolitano, and if he doesn’t Beck, Hannity and O’Reilly need to condemn Ailes and Fox and call them unAmerican for not firing him. Go ahead, put your outrage where your money is.”


Judge Napolitano appeared on the Alex Jones Show November 23, 2010. Below is part 2 of that interview.


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Andrew Napolitano, Fox Business Host, Reveals He Is A 9/11 Truther

Huffington Post
November 24, 2010

Fox Business host Andrew Napolitano revealed on Tuesday that he does not believe the government’s account of the 9/11 attacks. Napolitano, who hosts “Freedom Watch” on Fox Business and is frequently seen on Fox News as a legal analyst, told radio host Alex Jones — who is a prominent 9/11 conspiracy theorist —that the attacks “couldn’t possibly have been done the way the government told us.”

Napolitano [stated]:

“It’s hard for me to believe that it came down by itself…I am gratified to see that people across the board are interested. I think twenty years from now, people will look at 9-11 the way we look at the assassination of JFK today. It couldn’t possibly have been done the way the government told us.”

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