March 15, 2007, - 10:23 pm

Trump, Where Are You?: Rosie O’D Endorses 9/11 Conspiracy Theories

I thought America’s most famous annoying lesbian, Rosie O’Donnell, couldn’t get any loonier than this morning, when on national TV, she .
But I was so wrong.
This evening, Rosie O’D made it official: She believes in the 9/11 conspiracy theories. She said so on her blog.
Rosie believes that the World Trade Center Towers were blown up on purpose to shield WorldCom and Enron from an SEC investigation. She also believes it was done to destroy FBI, SEC, IRS, Secret Service, and Citibank’s Salomon Smith & Barney’s records.

Rosie O’Nutcase believes that 7 World Trade Center collapsed too perfectly in its footprint to have been a result of terrorist attacks.
She doesn’t believe a steel building could be brought down to rubble by fire, that the fires were not “evenly distributed” so the building couldn’t have been brought down by fire. Attention Rosie O’D, if the fires were evenly distributed, now that would be a conspiracy. Generally, fires that are evenly distributed are arson fires. Generally, fires cause by accidents are NOT evenly distributed.
Rosie believes that landlord Silverstein had some sort of conspiracy with the New York Fire Department to bring the building down. (You know–Silverstein? Why, of course, The Joooooos did it.)
She believes that New York firefighters knew ahead of time that the building was going to “blow up” and are now apparently lying and covering the “explosion” up by claiming it’s a fire.
Oh, and by the way, Rosie has closed the comments and trackbacks sections on her blog. Gee, I wonder why.
If only Rosie would have the guts to express her nutty conspiracy theories on TV for the world to see. Hmmm . . . I wonder what her conspiracy theory is for why Khalid Sheikh Mohammed openly bragged:

I decapitated with my blessed right hand the head of the American Jew, Daniel Pearl, in the city of Karachi, Pakistan. For those who would like to confirm it, there are pictures of me on the Internet holding his head.

Those certainly don’t sound like the words of someone undergoing torture. And even if he was “tortured,” he certainly wasn’t tortured into brutally murdering Daniel Pearl and bragging about it in photos on the Internet. And I fail to see how that is part of any “conspiracy theory” to help Worldcom and Enron.
Memo to Barbara Walters: Time for a special spin-off show hosted by Rosie O’Donnell–“The View from Roosevelt Psychiatric Hospital.”

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64 Responses

I for one am against racist remarks such as those made here, against anyone, especially Jewish people. 911 Truth does not stand for Racism! The 911 Truth Line has never run with the Jewish Conspiracy, thats something that the media loves to throw at us and try to associate with us. Ridiculous when of course Jewish people did die on 911 and Israel was one of the many states giving US warnings pre-911.
There are Jewish people amongst the 911 Truth Movement!

Zabooka on March 18, 2007 at 9:25 am

“I for one am against racist remarks such as those made here, against anyone, especially Jewish people. 911 Truth does not stand for Racism!” – Zabooka
Why jewish people ESPECIALLY? Are they special? I thought we weren’t going to be racist here.
“But, I suppose the sky really is falling and that I should get a helmet…soon.” – Loser
You know it’s strange that you use that metaphor to describe the 9/11 truth movement’s paradigm when it applies in spades to the official government story which says that crazed muslims are out to kill us all because they hate us for breathing and we must now forever be watching each other for “suspicious activity”. So the question isn’t whether or not the sky is falling; The question is what’s causing it to fall. So yeah, get a helmet. The US government has assured us, both in their words and in their deeds, that another “terrorist” attack is imminent.

bghead on March 18, 2007 at 10:37 am

“One fact that everyone seems to overlook is that the WTC did not come down until the planes crashed into the towers. That hardly suggests a conspiracy theory.” – Loser
Loser, you seem to be more desperately confused than anyone else in this discussion so let me help you out a little. The government’s theory (and it IS just a theory…as unproven as any) involves a vast conspiracy amongst fundamentalist muslims world-wide and hence, by DEFINITION, is a conspiracy theory.
And while you weigh these two conspiracy theories against each other you (and many others) would do well to note that governments DO attack their own citizens (or at least attempt to) disguised as an “enemy”. This is a matter of uncontested historical record. The most relevant case in point here is probably Operation Northwoods wherein the US government planned state-sponsored acts of terrorism (such as hijacking planes and killing innocent US citizens) on U.S. soil.
Sucks, don’t it?
“Debbie, I see that you brought the kooks out in force. One can create a conspiracy about anything.” – Loser
And, once again, here are some of the people you are referring to as kooks:
Senator Max Cleland
Senator Bob Graham
Senator Mark Dayton
Congressman Ron Paul
Congressman Curt Weldon
Norm Mineta – U.S. Secretary of Transportation
Louis Freeh ñ Director of the FBI
Edward L. Peck ñ Deputy Director of the White House Task Force on Terrorism
Morton Goulder ñ Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Warning
Morgan Reynolds, PhD ñ Chief Economist, U.S. Department of Labor
Paul Craig Roberts, PhD ñ Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury
John Loftus ñ Former Federal Prosecutor, Office of Special Investigations, U.S. Department of Justice
Fred Burks ñ Former State Department Interpreter for Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton
General Wesley Clark, U.S. Army
Major General Albert Stubblebine, U.S. Army
Col. Ronald D. Ray, U.S. Marine Corps
Col. Robert Bowman, PhD, U.S. Air Force
Col. George Nelson, U.S. Air Force
Lt. Col. Karen U. Kwiatkowski, PhD, U.S. Air Force
Lt. Col. Shelton F. Lankford, U.S. Marine Corps
Major Douglas Rokke, PhD, U.S. Army
Capt. Russ Wittenberg, U.S. Air Force ñ Former Air Force fighter pilot with over 100 combat missions. Commercial pilot for Pan Am and United Airlines for 35 years, flying 707, 720, 727, 737, 747, 757, 767, and 777 ís. Had previously flown the actual two United Airlines airplanes that were hijacked on 9/11
Lt. Col. Stephen L. Butler, EdD, U.S. Air Force
Capt. Scott J. Phillpott, U.S. Navy
Major Erik Kleinsmith, U.S. Army
James D. Smith – Former Able Danger Program
Major John M. Newman, PhD, U.S. Army (ret) ñ Former Executive Assistant to the Director of the National Security Agency
Major Scott Ritter, U.S. Marine Corps ñ Former Marine Corps Intelligence Officer
Capt. Gregory M. Zeigler, PhD, U.S. Army ñ Former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer
Capt. Eric H. May, U.S. Army (ret) ñ Former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer.
Wayne Madsen ñ Former U.S. Navy Intelligence Officer, specialist in electronic surveillance and security.
David L. Griscom, PhD ñ Research physicist
Raymond L. McGovern ñ Former Chairman, National Intelligence Estimates, CIA, responsible for preparing the Presidentí Daily Brief
William Christison ñ Former National Intelligence Officer and Director of the CIA’s Office of Regional and Political Analysis. 29-year CIA veteran.
Robert David Steele (Vivas) ñ U.S. Marine Corps infantry and intelligence officer for twenty years.
Melvin A. Goodman, PhD ñ Former Division Chief and Senior Analyst at the Office of Soviet Affairs
Robert Baer ñ Former CIA Case Officer, Specialist in the Middle East, Directorate of Operations. Awarded Career Intelligence Medal. 21-year CIA veteran.
Michael Levine ñ Former Senior DEA investigator. 25-year DEA career.
Coleen Rowley ñ Former Special Agent and Minneapolis Division Counsel, FBI. 24-year FBI career.
Sibel D. Edmonds ñ Former Language Translation Specialist, performing translations for counterterrorism and counterintelligence operations, FBI. Witness before the 9/11 Commission.
Bogdan Dzakovic ñ 14-year Counter-terrorism expert in the Security Division of the Federal Aviation Administration
Steve Elson ñ Former Special Agent with the U.S. Navy, DEA and FAA. Specialist in Counterterrorism, Intelligence, and Security
William G. Weaver, JD, PhD ñ Former U.S. Army Signals Intelligence officer.
Yeah, real kooky.

bghead on March 18, 2007 at 11:06 am

Dr. Richard Welser is no shill! It appears he is a Forensic Neuropsychologist, and he has no respect for a psychotherapist who wrote:
“These conspiracy theorists are usually very bright, but they have an emotional weak spot. They reacted to the events of 9/11 with a sense of helplessness and powerlessness, which generated anxiety and fear in them. Their emotional priority was to scramble for safety, which they found in the world of fantasy. In self-deception, they developed a conspiracy fiction that they soon transformed into non-fiction and proclaimed to be absolute certainty. Religious fundamentalists, too, use rigid beliefs to develop certainty about the nature of the world. In both cases, the certainty doesn’t have to be rational; all that matters is that the belief has a stabilizing, calming, or grounding effect, like that of nicotine or alcohol.”
Well, he called me a liar and a shill, which means he is no gentleman, esteemed degree or not. 150 years ago, he would appologize to me or we would be choosing pistols. Just because I have a different opinion and conclusion of his “emotional weak spot” doesn’t give him the right to resort to name calling and insults.
While I might agree with Dr. Welser that we have an oligarchy and shadow government, he has sipped the Kool-Aid of “a conspiracy fiction that they soon transformed into non-fiction and proclaimed to be absolute certainty”, and determined the drink tastes good.
I certainly agree with the lowly psychotherapist. Dr. W is angry and irrational. And I’ll bet he is an ACA, also! A man has to know his limits. Dr. W is in over his head.

Dr.Dale on March 19, 2007 at 7:55 am

I see that Rosie O’Donut, Art Bell, and Oliver Stone have been posting on this thread using many different names.

Thee_Bruno on March 19, 2007 at 8:10 am

One more comment about Dr. Richard Welser. He understands the USA is a Republic, but he also promotes the idea of a (false) political Right/Left dichotomy.
Simply put, he true political spectrum goes from anarchist (no government) to Socialist (total government, Nazi/Communist types). Libertarians want less govt. than we now have, Democrats want more, and the Republicans are somewhat in between.
I wish he had explained in the many forum blogs he posts on, why there is a conspiracy of politicians calling our Republic a Democracy.

Dr.Dale on March 19, 2007 at 8:43 am

Nineteen amateur pilots lead by a cave-dwelling Muslim on kidney dialysis, who could barely fly single-engine Cessnas, commandeer four commercial jumbo-jets with box cutters and fly them into US targets with pin-point accuracy, while the entire US military stand-downs for over an hour. Three concrete and steel buildings are pulverized, collapsing into their own footprints at free-fall speed, defying the laws of physics.
(There are two types of people in this world – those wo look at the facts and think for themselves and people who look to others to do that thinking for them)

mrsatchmo on March 19, 2007 at 12:35 pm

Art Bell posts again.

Thee_Bruno on March 19, 2007 at 2:15 pm

Uh, I think Rosie would be considered the Sheik’s Spokes-Pig…..
Hey, I crack myself up!

Rick on March 19, 2007 at 6:22 pm

“Art Bell posts again. LMFAO!!!!!”
“Uh, I think Rosie would be considered the Sheik’s Spokes-Pig…..Hey, I crack myself up!”
Well, I guess my hopes were way to high for coming in here and having any sort of intelligent discussion. appears to be a place for semi-literate 12-year-olds to come and practice hating non-judeo-christians. And somehow this lady gets to be a mainstream political pundit of some sort? Says a lot about how badly our cultural is decaying. Intellectualism is almost completely dead in this country.

bghead on March 20, 2007 at 2:07 pm

Isn’t it interesting when reasonable sounding people raise important questions about one of the central issues that has reshaped life in America and the rest of the world in profound ways — the events of 911 — they can present all kinds of compelling questions and evidence, but the response from the other side — those who support an official story with holes so large you could fly a plane into them — always respond with hatred and insults. They no longer argue the specific questions because they know they cannot. So they insult and try to bully.
As Ghandi said many years ago, first the truth is ridiculed, then attacked, then finally accepted as common knowledge.
I believe we are in phase 2 now, which accounts for all the vitriol from the rabid government supporters. Phase 3 will create some interesting dynamics, and won’t be long in coming now.
Look, deep down I hope you are right that the government wasn’t involved — despite all the compelling evidence to the contrary — because the implications — which we are already living with ie; loss of civil liberties including the right to privacy, torture prisons, illegal and immoral wars, the death of America as the land of the truly free to name a few — are scary to contemplate.
You government cheerleaders seem to want to be slaves. Fascinating.

depburns on March 30, 2007 at 4:31 pm

I wonder why Debbie Schlussel (Jewish) would want to protect Israel by writing this story?

Does anyone have any inkling as to why this might be?

cadrolls on September 13, 2011 at 3:45 am

Gee, now you’ve got me wondering. Why would she do such a thing? My thought is that no Jewish, Semitic or Israeli journalist, historian — or shoot, let’s just say people, dang it — should be allowed to think about, discuss or write about any issue in which some credibility might spill out over undeserving Jews or Israelis. Damn them anyhow.
Esther Kaplan
Oops. There I go, breaking rules again.

Esther Kaplan on January 10, 2015 at 5:13 pm

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