For the second time in as many months a public appearance by former
president Bill Clinton has been interrupted by 9/11 truth activists.
According to a AP
report, Clinton, appearing at the State Theater in
downtown Minneapolis as part of a Hillary Clinton's presidential
campaign, was interrupted by a group of protesters campaigning
for a new investigation into the 9/11 attacks.
The AP reported:
Clinton's 50-minute speech, which started about
an hour behind schedule, was derailed briefly by several hecklers
in the audience who shouted that the 2001 terrorist attacks
were a fraud. Rather than ignoring them, Clinton seemed to relish
a direct confrontation.
"A fraud? No, it wasn't a fraud," Clinton said, as
the crowd cheered him on. "I'll be glad to talk to you
if you shut up and let me talk."
When another heckler shouted that the attacks were an "inside
job," Clinton took even greater umbrage.
"An inside job? How dare you. How dare you. It was not
an inside job," Clinton said. "You guys have got to
be careful, you're going to give Minnesota a bad reputation."
The confrontation follows an incident last month
during which members of the protest group We Are Change
concealed a small PA system at a Clinton book signing.
In addition to declaring 9/11 to be an inside job,
the activists proceeded to tell the audience in attendance that
Bill Clinton has attended meetings of the secretive elite policy
making Bilderberg group and that he actively works with internationalist
lobbying group The Council on Foreign Relations.
At this previous gathering Clinton remained silent.