“Truthers” Lack Logic

 

“Truthers” are STILL going on about that “missing” 2.3 trillion dollars at the Pentagon and claiming that Cheney admitted it on September 10, 2001.

However, as we see here, the money was NOT missing, they simply couldn’t track it, which is NOT the same thing.

Furthermore, as we see at the same site, a defense audit conducted in the fiscal year of 1999, which was from October 1, 1998-September 30, 1999, noticed that very problem and said that the various balances, transactions, etc, were not adequately documented. Again, that is NOT the same thing as missing. Oh, and as I mentioned, fiscal 1999 was from October 1, 1998 to September 30, 1999? Hmm,  now who was president and vice president at that time? Oh, that’s right, Bill Clinton and Al Gore. Also, I am not saying Clinton and Gore were responsible either. Bureaucracy is bureaucracy, no matter where you go.

Oh, and here’s the clinching argument AGAINST the “truther” claim that Bush and Cheney were covering up wrongdoing and admitted to a cover up on September 10, 2001: If you’re guilty of any sort of wrongdoing and know the evidence is going to be destroyed on a certain date, why would you admit to a cover up the day before?  Hint: That kind of defeats the purpose of a cover up. In the words of Mr. Spock, this particular argument of the “truthers” is “highly illogical.”

 

Mr Spock highly illogical

 

 

 

 

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Posted November 17, 2015 by Victor Chabala in Real 9/11 Facts

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