Skip to content

DISNEY CEO buries inconvenient facts about 9/11 to protect HILLARY CLINTON, say activists – The Daily Caller

September 11, 2011

Disney CEO buries inconvenient facts about 9/11 to protect Hillary Clinton, say activists

Published: 9:17 AM 09/11/2011 | Updated: 1:39 PM 09/11/2011

By Matthew Boyle – The Daily Caller

Activists tell The Daily Caller that The Walt Disney Company is refusing to re-air a 9/11-related docudrama, effectively burying politically inconvenient facts about the events which led to the 9/11 terror attacks, in order to protect the political future of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

“The Path to 9/11,” first aired on ABC in 2006, portrayed President Bill Clinton’s administration as ignoring warnings and signs that Osama bin Laden and al Qaida were planning a major attack on the United States — a finding supported by The 9/11 Commission Report. But since 2006 Disney CEO Bob Iger has repeatedly refused to rebroadcast it, or to sell the rights to other broadcasters.

President Clinton and his national security adviser Sandy Berger refused to issue an ultimatum to bin Laden and the Taliban in Afghanistan after the USS Cole bombing in October 2000. Both Berger and Clinton later told the 9/11 Commission that there was not enough evidence at the time to link bin Laden to the bombing. Clinton and former President George W. Bush have both been publicly criticized for not militarily responding to that attack before September 11, 2001.

Bush and Clinton have also both taken heat for not capturing, killing or attacking bin Laden before 9/11, even though there were several opportunities for both administrations to do so.

via Disney | The Path to 9/11 | Hillary Clinton | The Daily Caller.

Advertisements
One Comment
  1. September 11, 2011 11:28 AM

    I’ve said for decades that they all go to the same parties, drink booze from the same bottles, and now they ride around in golf carts together, raising money for the tax exempt foundations that they have.

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: