The Other McCain

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Blame Tucker Carlson!

Posted on | January 17, 2011 | 7 Comments

“‘The keepers of the faith won’t enter into debate with [critics],’ the narrator [of Zeitgeist] says. ‘They ignore them or denounce them as blasphemers.’
“At that moment, Zeitgeist turns to — of all people — Washington pundit Tucker Carlson to pivot from the Christianity myth to the Sept. 11 myth. Interviewing a 9/11 skeptic on MSNBC in 2006, Carlson said, ‘It is wrong, blasphemous, and sinful for you to suggest, imply, or help other people come to the conclusion that the U.S. government killed 3,000 of its own citizens.’
“To the makers of Zeitgeist, that is an ‘Aha!’ moment: a skeptic being literally denounced as a blasphemer. From there, the movie recounts standard 9/11 truther stuff, like claiming plane crashes alone could not have brought down the World Trade Center towers.”

Byron York, “Tucson shooter obsessed with bizarre Internet movie,” Washington Examiner

Click Here to Watch Zeitgeist, the Conspiracy Movie That
Had a ‘Profound Impact on Tucson Suspect Jared Loughner


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