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  health Donald Trump bashes Bush over 9/11; Obama over Sandy Hook: Would Trump protect Americans from deadly false-flag attacks?

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PostSubject: health Donald Trump bashes Bush over 9/11; Obama over Sandy Hook: Would Trump protect Americans from deadly false-flag attacks?   Thu 22 Oct 2015, 11:39


Donald Trump bashes Bush over 9/11; Obama over Sandy Hook: Would Trump protect Americans from deadly false-flag attacks?


(NaturalNews) Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has taken aim at both Barack Obama and George W. Bush over their handling of alleged terrorist attacks that occurred during their respective tenures in the White House.

During a recent interview, Trump blasted Bush for not protecting Americans from attacks on 9/11 and Obama for failing to step up in response to the Sandy Hook incident in Newtown, Connecticut. And many Americans are now asking themselves, would Trump do a better job at protecting Americans against these types of false-flag attacks if he were president?

Bloomberg Television's Stephanie Ruhle asked the former host of The Apprentice to explain why Americans should trust him to keep them safe from terrorist attacks in the event that he becomes president. In typical Trump style, his response was nothing short of pointed, calling into question the competency of both men in how they've dealt with domestic threats to Americans.

"I think I have a bigger heart than all of them," Trump retorted to Ruhle's interrogation. "I think I'm much more competent than all of them."

Stopping short of actually blaming Bush for 9/11 (which would open up a whole can of conspiracy theory fodder that the establishment surely wouldn't stand for), Trump made the implication that Bush didn't do enough to prevent the attack from occurring.

"[S]ay what you want, the World Trade Center came down during his time," Trump stated about the Bush legacy. "Blame him or don't blame him, but he was president. The World Trade Center came down during his reign."

Concerning Obama, Trump blasted the current White House occupier for failing to adequately help those affected by the Sandy Hook tragedy. Referring to the current state of the government as "a disaster," Trump further chided the Obama Administration for neglecting the victims and their families, who he says are still suffering without the help they need.

"If you look at Sandy Hook, those people are still begging for help," Trump told Ruhle. "It's a disaster, and it's a disaster all over the place. Government has proven to be a disaster during the Obama administration."

Agree with him or not, Trump is arguably the only honest candidate running for president
Trump's boldness on these and other issues is what's driving his campaign ahead of the rest of the Republican candidates, most of whom are too cowardly or bought-off to speak up about issues like domestic terror in a way that challenges the status quo. Trump is a no-nonsense candidate, and people love him for this.

And we're now beginning to see how a Trump presidency may, in fact, be the answer to the current establishment's position on false-flag events like 9/11, Sandy Hook and other tragic events that deserve full, independent investigations. As you may recall, the official 9/11 report was admittedly altered and changed to cover up some of the facts – would Trump allow this type of government obfuscation as president?

Compared to the rest, Trump seems to be America's best chance at having a president who isn't completely bought and paid for by military contractors, chemical companies, the pharmaceutical industry and the various others who pull the political strings in their favor. He's one of the few candidates who's spoken out against compulsory vaccinations, and he's not afraid to speak his mind about whatever the pressing issue of the day may be.

"For years we have been numbed, drugged, deadened, and castrated from being able to speak one's mind," wrote Robert Davi for Breitbart. "Whether you agree with him or not, Donald Trump continues to be the candidate of authenticity. His unwavering approach to speaking his mind unfiltered, direct, and without apology displays the quality of leadership."


http://www.naturalnews.com/051645_Donald_Trump_September_11_false_flag_attacks.html
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