FBI Says People Who Questions Official 9/11 Story Are ‘Potential Terrorists’
A memo released by the Department of Justice to local police warns that anyone who questions the official story about the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001, should be regarded as “potential terrorists.”
The memo instructs local police, under a program named “communities against terrorism,” to regard those who hold to 9/11 “conspiracy theories” as potentially dangerous individuals who might engage in terrorism.
The memo says adds people who question the official narrative of the 9/11 Commission Report to a growing list of people the FBI regards as problematic and potential enemies of the state, including those who express “libertarian philosophies,” as well as people who have “Second Amendment-oriented views,” or simply an interest in “self-sufficiency.”
They note that these types of people often hold “fears of Big Brother or big government,” and make “declarations of Constitutional rights and civil liberties.”
All of these things, the FBI explained to local law enforcement agencies, could be red flags that someone is a terrorist.
This new classification of 9/11 “Truthers” or even those who are mildly skeptical of the official narrative is incredibly problematic, as a national poll indicates that a full 48% of Americans have some doubts about the official story, or completely reject it.