Rudy Giuliani is considered a leading candidate for Secretary of State in the Trump Administration. Giuliani is actively campaigning for the position and could be named National Director of Intelligence if his appointment at State falls through. As the public waits to hear the verdict on these matters, a review of Giuliani’s history and qualifications is in order. In particular, his actions on and before 9/11 should be carefully reviewed.
As mayor of New York City on 9/11, Giuliani was in a unique position to benefit from the attacks. That’s because he gained national notoriety for his presumed valiant response that day, and he received the kind of publicity that every ambitious politician desires. Immediately after 9/11, Giuliani’s approval rating rocketed to 79% among New York City voters, a dramatic increase over the 36% rating he had received a year earlier. At a 9/11 memorial service, Oprah Winfrey called him “America’s Mayor.” And on December 24, 2001, TIME magazine named Giuliani its Person of the Year for 2001.
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The author of this essay, Kevin Ryan, was a materials tester who lost his job after pointing out that jet fuel fires could not possibly have caused the failure of WTC1, WTC2, and WTC7. I agree with him - the "official" explanation of what happened on 9/11 violates the laws of conservation of energy and momentum and is IMPOSSIBLE.
I have problems with two mayors of NYC:
- Mayor Giuliani told the MSM he was informed the towers would be coming down. Who told him this? And why did he and the rest of us believe it when no steel-framed skyscraper has EVER before or after collapsed due to fire?
- Mayor Bloomberg implied the destruction of WTC evidence was of no consequence because we could not learn anything from examining it. This is an absurd statement for a former engineer to make.
9/11 WAS an inside job. To deny that is a form of insanity. Giuliani should NEVER be placed in a position of authority again.