Two time Tony award winning actress and singer Christine
Ebersole spoke exclusively to the Alex Jones show yesterday
concerning her upcoming appearance at 9/11 truth events
in New York on the sixth anniversary of the attacks, and
how her life has changed since she pledged allegiance to
Ebersole went public with her concerns over
the undisputable holes in the official version of events
surrounding the 9/11 attacks last year on the GCN radio
She was a frequent guest on talk show The
View during Rosie O'Donnell's tenure as presenter and
was the first to start broaching the subject of 9/11 Truth
in broadcasts watched by millions of ABC viewers.
"I really truly agonized over it because
you stand on a precipice of silence and action" Ebersole
"I never really considered myself a star
and here I was just wanting to speak the truth about what
I saw and really it was based on the official government
story that wasn't supported by the laws of the universe.
It is like what George Orwell said in 1984, freedom is the
freedom to say that two plus two equals four."
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Ebersole described the decision to promote
9/11 truth via The View not as a conscious decision
but more as a "convergence" of like minds and
"There's this meeting you have at the
very beginning called hot topics, and it was an idea I had.
To tell you the truth I think I had innocence and naievite
on my side because it's a pool of sharks out there and I
think if you dare to stand up and speak the truth the way
you see it and question authority, you're going to be called
crazy." Ebersole commented.
The star of last year's award winning Broadway
musical Grey Gardens revealed that she felt inspired
by the words of Martin Luther King, commenting "He
said the very same thing, they're going to try and take
you down because the truth is the most powerful weapon that
a human being can have."
In the aftermath of going public with her
views on 9/11 Ebersole was viciously attacked by the tabloid
gutter press who had already taken swipes at Charlie Sheen
and Rosie O'Donnell for voicing the same concerns and saw
another easy opportunity to strike.
Pieces in the National Inquirer and the New
York Post slammed Ebersole as "another
kook" while Fox News again ran with the baton in declaring
her career over just as they had previously done with regards
to Sheen and O'Donnell.
Ebersole spoke of her fear after she gained
such national media attention and related startling events
in the aftermath where upon she felt implored to carry through
with her convictions and not to shy away from her initial
instincts to stand up for the truth.
"There needs to be a responsibility in
knowing the truth. It's very easy not to know it and to
rely on authorities to take care of you, almost like a benevolent
father in a sense, so you don't really have to think for
yourself, but I think it is really a matter of the salvation
of the Republic. I think it is a spiritual call really to
do what is right and not to be afraid, so people can know
the truth and know that it is ok, so there is not this confusion
and depression that happens when people are aware of the
truth but are afraid to explore it." Ebersole asserted.