What Rudy Giuliani knew about 9/11
9/11 Suspects: Rudy Giuliani
Mayor Giuliani oversaw the illegal destruction of the 9/11 crime scene and is criminally liable for the deaths of hundreds of emergency workers for not passing on prior warnings about the collapses of the Twin Towers. It is no wonder, then, that the Fire Department of New York so passionately detest Giuliani for his actions in disgracing their fallen brothers and covering up the 9/11 crime.
9/11 Suspects: Christine Todd Whitman
If the brave men and women who had rushed to the World Trade Center in the chaotic days after 9/11 to help with the search and rescue had done so knowing the risks they were facing, that would be one thing. But of course they did not. They had been given false assurances by Christine Todd Whitman, the EPA administrator who assured the public just days into the clean up that the air was safe to breathe.
Rudy Giuliani appears to forget that 9/11 ever happened by Adam Edelman
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani made the head-scratching statement Monday sporting a bruised head. (GERALD HERBERT/AP)
You might want to get that bump on your head checked, Rudy.
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Monday appeared to forget about the worst terror attack in U.S. history, claiming that there simply had been no such assaults inside America during the presidency of George W. Bush.
“Under those eight years, before Obama came along, we didn’t have any successful radical Islamic terrorist attack inside the United States,” Giuliani — who was mayor during 9/11 and has capitalized on his response to the tragedy ever since — said in a speech introducing Donald Trump in Youngstown, Ohio.
“They all started when Clinton and Obama got into office,” Giuliani said, bizarrely omitting the horrific 9/11 attacks, which occurred in 2001, when Bush was in office.
Obama was not sworn in until nearly eight years later, on Jan. 20, 2009.
The extraordinary exclusion of 9/11 was especially peculiar, given that, just a moment earlier Giuliani had been discussing the attacks and praising vice presidential nominee Mike Pence for a “very, very timely” visit to Ground Zero and for his help, as a then-congressman, on the Judiciary Committee to help “fashion the Patriot Act.”
“He was a member of the Foreign Affairs and Judiciary committees during the time of Sept. 11, when we went through the worst foreign attack in our history, since the War of 1812,” Giuliani said.
Giuliani, who suffered a mysterious head injury earlier this month, also appeared to forget what state Pence was the governor of.
“You know better than I do what a great governor he is of your state,” Giuliani told the Ohio crowd.
Pence is the governor of Indiana.