You might be surprised to find out more than half oa american’s don’t believe the Official 9/11 story and think the Government might be covering something up. However there are still many who will put those who question this narrative in the “conspiracy theorists” realm. They simplt trust whatever story is told to them by the mainstream media. It’s easier to believe that our enemies are far from home than in elected positions of power.
More Than 165 Million Americans Don’t Believe The Official 9/11 Story and Think the Government Is Covering Something Up
The latest polls show that 54.3% of the American population doesn’t believe the official story that their government told them, and that they “strongly agree” or “report” their belief that something else actually happened on that day.
We’re talking about approximately 160 million people, and that’s just in America. Imagine what the numbers would look like if the polls were conducted globally?
Do you really think this many people could believe in such a “conspiracy theory” just because? The reason why the majority of the American population does believe that a false flag event occurred on 9/11 is because a wealth of information has emerged, in the form of documents, videos, witness testimony, studies, and more, that clearly points to the fact that our own government lied to us. People are not stupid, and 160 million people aren’t simply going to believe something just for the sake of it; there are reasons behind their beliefs.
What frustrates me is the fact that a popular news network, like CNN, can suddenly grab hold of an event and provide the “official” narrative provided to them by the global elite, and that’s because the small group of corporations that controls mainstream media is actually owned by them. Why is a television news anchor so readily believed, yet any information that surfaces via other means is dismissed as fake news? It’s not real until it’s on CNN, right?
This is a big problem, especially because we now have proof of mainstream media’s relationship with intelligence agencies.