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Secret Service tossed non-essentials from White House bunker on 9/11

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posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 12:21 PM
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Condoleezza Rice claims she yelled at George W. Bush and told him not to return to White House after 9/11 attacks, then hung up on the president

Getting tapped by Captain James T. Kirk for a mission must have been a honor on the USS Enterprise, even for the young actors who played neophytes back in the late sixties. That is, unless you were wearing a red shirt, since that probably meant -- at best -- you might get to scream 'nooo!' while dying. For the most part, non-essentials wore red shirts on Star Trek.

Although many conspiracy theories -- some based on facts, some based on faulty reporting, others based on fantasy and/or science fiction -- have circulated since the September 11, 2001 attacks, no one has suggested that there were any Redshirts at the White House, but there was certainly a hierarchy when it came to seeking initial cover.

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This article doesn't really give us that much new information, though it does give us a slightly different perspective as to what was going on in WH as the attacks were unfolding. It makes you wonder why they throwing folks out of the bunker, could it be to keep a secret. I have a hard time believing that Oxygen levels were running low in such a short time period.


When flight United 93 crashed in rural Pennsylvania after passengers succeeded in wresting control of the plane from terrorists, Rice and her colleagues believed the air force may have shot it out of the sky."

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I believe that flight 93 was shot down and that only after, did officials decide to cover it up. Why was it shot down, because the passengers were about to gain back control over the aircraft? Any theory as to why is based purely on conjecture and/or speculation. However, it does make perfect sense that if the passengers were successful in their wrestle for the aircraft, we would have a whole plane full of eyewitnesses that couldn't really be ignored.

So, although this article doesn't really give us too much new information, it does give us a slightly new angle and different perspective. Why was the Secret Service expelling people from the White House bunker? Due to the impeccable security in and around the WH, I'm sure that not too many people would be allowed in the bunker to begin with, besides those who had clearance to be there.


--airspoon




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