Shocking Truth About Trump And 9/11 Charities Revealed – He Wants This Kept Quiet

Donald Trump, who played the “9/11 card” against Sen. Ted Cruz during last week’s Republican debate, reportedly was not very charitable in the aftermath of the attacks towards his fellow New Yorkers–but the campaign disputes these findings.

As reported by Western Journalism, when Cruz accused Trump of having New York values that do not resonate in Iowa, the candidate responded, “New York is a great place. It’s got great people. It’s got loving people, wonderful people. When the World Trade Center came down, I saw something no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than New York.”

According to RedState, though the billionaire candidate spoke eloquently about New York values, he did not open up his wallet to give to charities supporting the victims of Sept. 11.

RedState cites the Foundation Center, which released a report in 2003 chronicling the “unprecedented outpouring of charitable support that followed the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.” The conservative blog found that the Donald J. Trump Charitable Foundation was not among the listed donating charities.

RedState referenced a November story from The Smoking Gun, which determined that Trump’s foundation had made only one donation identifiable with 9/11: a $1000 contribution to “a controversial Scientology program that administered treatment to firemen who inhaled toxins while working on the World Trade Center pile.”

After the Smoking Gun’s story about Trump’s dearth of donations, campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks told the New York Daily News, “Mr. Trump has donated close to half a million dollars to organizations as a result of the 9/11 tragedy including the American Red Cross and the Marine Corps Law Enforcement Fund, in addition to a total of $102 million donated to hundreds of charitable foundations over a relatively short period of time, many of which helped people affected by 9/11.” 

RedState founder Erick Erickson disinvited Trump from his organization’s annual RedState Gathering in August after the candidate made some controversial remarks about Fox News’ Megyn Kelly.

Watch: ‘Chilling’ New Video Just Surfaced That Could PROVE Trump Was Right About 9/11 Celebrations

New Jersey Muslims were watching the fall of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, and gleefully celebrating the slaughter they witnessed, according to a 2001 CBS News video clip.

Coupled with other contemporary evidence from the New York Post and Washington Post, as well as the recollections of former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik, there can no longer be any doubt that Donald Trump was correct that Muslims in America were celebrating the 9/11 attacks, and that the news media at the time reported this fact.

The CBS News clip shows investigative journalist Pablo Guzman explaining the Jersey City, N.J., connection to the World Trade Center attacks. Police had been called to a Jersey City address that was “swarming with suspects” after witnesses reported there was “cheering on the roof” as the two planes slammed into the Twin Towers on that fateful September morning.

A model of the World Trade Center was found on the roof, Guzman reported in the 2001 video clip.

“They knew the planes were going to hit and wanted a ringside seat,” he reported, calling it “chilling” to know that as most Americans innocently went about their business that day, these men were waiting, then watching, then celebrating.

Guzman noted that the address to which police were called in 2001 was also a location of interest in 1993, when the first World Trade Center explosion that damaged the Trade Center’s parking garage took place. Islamic terrorists were arrested in that 1993 explosion.

Former New York City officials recall that there were areas in Brooklyn and Queens where celebrations of the attacks took place. Giuliani characterized the areas as “pockets of celebration.”

From a dispassionate law enforcement perspective, Kerik summarized what took place that day, when news media reports and personal accounts blended what took place locally with what took place around the globe.

“There were tens of thousands of people around the world celebrating,” he said, “and some were in New York and New Jersey.”

Fox News host Eric Bolling emerged Tuesday as one of the few media voices to support Trump.

“I remember specifically the news reports about Jersey City,” Bolling said. “They said people were on the roofs watching the planes fly in. They were tipped off prior to the thing, and this was a narrative that was going on. I remember video. I don’t remember if it was Pakistan or Paterson.”

Bolling said the significance is not the numbers celebrating, but that there was celebrating at all.

“Whether or not it was a thousand, thousand, a few hundred, a handful. Who cares, there were Muslims,” he said.

h/t: Top Right News

Wow: What Just Surfaced Will Have Trump Claiming A HUGE Victory Over Media

When the media howled for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s head and an apology for claiming that Muslims in America celebrated as the Twin Towers burned, he stood tall and refused to back down.

New evidence shows he was right.

Amid silence from the media giants who claimed Trump was wrong, the truth emerges in the form of a New York Post article from September of 2011, in which writer Fred Siegel recalls the events of 9/11.

“Here in New York, it was easy to get angry listening to Egyptians, Palestinians and the Arabs of nearby Paterson, N.J., celebrate as they received word of the murderous attack in New York and Washington,” Siegel wrote.

“But Mayor Giuliani (who has been tireless and magnificent in this crisis) rightly warned New Yorker-ers that is would be wrong to take their anger our on the city’s Arab and Muslim residents. Attacks on Arab-Americans in Paterson or elsewhere are utterly indefensible,” Siegel wrote.

More evidence to support Trump came Monday from former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani himself.

Appearing on CNN, Giuliani admitted that some parts of New York City itself celebrated the attacks on the day they took place.

“Were people celebrating on 9/11? Yes,” New Day co-anchor Chris Cuomo admitted.

Trump this past weekend stood by the claims that earned him derision from the media.

“I’ve heard Jersey City. I’ve heard Paterson. It was 14 years ago,” Trump said. “But I saw it on television, I saw clips, and so did many other people — and many people saw it in person. I’ve had hundreds of phone calls to the Trump organization saying, ‘We saw it. It was dancing in the streets.’ ”

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Trump said it was only logical that celebrations took place in America because Muslims everywhere cheered the attacks.

“Why wouldn’t it have taken place? I’ve had hundreds of people call in and tweet in on Twitter saying that they saw it and I was 100% right,” Trump said. “I saw it and so many people saw it … So why would I take it back? I’m not going to take it back.”

Since Trump’s initial claim, many have noted that celebrations were held in many major Western cities. Commentator Pat Buchanan recalled that the New York Times magazine had chronicled the Muslim celebrations in Berlin.

“Bottle rockets were set off from building courtyards, a poor man’s fireworks, sporadic, sparse and joyful; two rockets here, three rockets there. Still, altogether, hundreds of rockets were shooting skyward in celebration of the attack, as most Berliners were searching for words to express their horror,” Buchanan wrote.

h/t: Breitbart

Watch: Reporter Blows Up When He Hears Trump’s Muslim Answer. Donald Doesn’t Back Down- ‘Take It Easy, Chuck’

A phone interview with GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump put Meet the Press host Chuck Todd into a frustrated tailspin over Trump’s repeated statements that thousands of Muslims in New Jersey were celebrating the 9/11 attack in 2001.

“I saw it on television. So did many other people,” Trump insisted.

Todd challenged Trump’s assertion.

“Nobody can find evidence of this,” Todd said, adding that New Jersey media reports in 2001 stated that claim to be a false rumor. Finally, with Trump insisting he was right, Todd lost it.

“You’re running for President of the United States! Your words matter! Truthfulness matters! Fact-based stuff matters!”

Trump attempted to tone down the argumentative stance.

“Take it easy Chuck. Just play cool.”

The five-minute interview began routinely with Todd asking Trump if accuracy matters in claims.

“You demand, and you’ve demanded of me, pinpoint accuracy when we report on things about you, including, for instance, your net worth. Why shouldn’t we demand the same pinpoint accuracy in the claims that you make? Isn’t it hypocritical of you calling us out, if we’re not calling you out when you stray from the truth?” Todd asked.

Trump addressed inaccuracies with his net worth and strayed into his stance on the issue of Syrian refugees flooding into the United States. Todd then tracked back to the question he wanted to ask regarding purported Muslim celebrations in New Jersey after 9/11.

“Many people saw it in person,” Trump said. “I’ve had hundreds of phones calls to the Trump organization saying ‘We saw it.’ It was dancing in the streets.”

Trump said a couple he met in his most recent campaign stomp Sarasota told him they were living in New Jersey at the time and physically saw the celebrations after 9/11.

Todd challenged the Republican candidate stating there was no evidence of that ever occurring in New Jersey.

“It did happen in NJ. I have hundreds of people that agree with me,” Trump said.

Trump continued, saying the Washington Post reported at the time there were tailgate parties with Muslims celebrating. He said his staff is looking for that and other articles, along with television clips, to prove his point but that evidence is “not that easy to come by.”

Trump also said there was a “huge Muslim population” in parts of New Jersey, so it was plausible for such an event to happen because it was happening all over the world. The presidential candidate said he feels sure about the facts because he saw it on television and hundreds reported to his organization they saw it too, either on television or in person.

Todd said Trump can’t use retweets and hearsay as evidence of the claim and then lunged further into the argument.

Although Politifact and the Washington Post have stated that Trumps assertion is false, with Politifact rating it as a “Pants on Fire” falsehood, many are commenting on social media threads that the businessman is correct. They claim they remember seeing it too.

“A Muslim Dosctor was celebrating at the Cleveland Clinic as he watched it on TV in the hallway and Lobby…the officials excorted him out of the Hospital!” said one post.

Others said they saw celebrations in the Middle East and suggested people were confusing that with Muslims living in the United States. Still, others were certain similar celebrations happened in this country just as Trump said.

“But they were filmed and reported on the news. that is where I saw it most in the Middle East where they were handing out candy to children in celebration but also in the U.S.A. where one store owner was seen celebrating and a distributer went in and pulled their products off his shelf and refunded his money and told him they would not be doing business with him henceforth,” another comment said.

Do Brainwashed Fanatics On College Campuses And Terrorists Have Something In Common?

As I have mentioned in some recent posts, 21st Century civilization (if I may call it that, regardless of how uncivilized it is) now has to deal with a rise in actual aggression in the name of fighting “microaggression.” And there is the “Islamist threat,” such as it is. I think that both phenomena are related.

And it isn’t just because so many among the world’s population are poisoning their brains with Big Pharma drugs, Big Agra’s corn-poison and other chemicals as well. People world-wide, in developed countries and those not-so-developed, are so heavily intoxicated on propaganda, religious and political, they are really brainwashed and acting in a very threatening manner toward others, and I don’t like it.

For starters, the new Orwellian culture we are enduring and suffering in Amerika now seems to consist of young people who feel “traumatized” and “triggered” by the slightest word or phrase uttered, or the most innocent picture, video, or symbol that causes them so much anguish they call the police or 911. Or worse, they shout and disrupt, or physically assault, other young people who are minding their own business as a way to get attention. Even college administrators and faculty members are kowtowing and defending the aggressions and disturbances of other people’s peace. University staff who don’t play along will be shown the door by the kooks in control.

But not all the young people are in college, thank God. There are those roughly 35% of the young people who either decided to delay college or opt out entirely, or those who were in college but dropped out, who actually work to provide for themselves. And some of those are married and have families already at a young age. But I digress.

But what is it now that’s causing all these young people to need a “safe place” or a safe room, as though everywhere else is unsafe? Why are they so terrified of just about everything (or say they are)? And why are those who are activists behaving so angrily and behaving so uncivilly and belligerently toward others?

And I ask myself, what was it that my generation (I’m in my 50s) did to these young people? But then, I look at my generation and I see many among them acting irrationally as well.

One thing I have observed is that 9/11 really did change things. The college-aged young people at age 18-24 (or in their later 20s) were born from 1991-1997. That means that they were between age 4 and 10 when the September 11th attacks of 2001 occurred. So, all the post-9/11 government and media propaganda and fear-mongering not only had a lasting effect on many adults, but must have really affected those who were little kids at that time. No wonder some of them have an irrational need for a “safe room.” The little ones must have had nightmares, not really as much because of the actual events of 9/11 but more because of the 2001-2003 repeated reminders of the 9/11 events and the constant scare tactics of George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and all their mainstream media minions in propagandizing Americans to support another new war against Iraq in 2003. Many of the younger supporters of war at that time probably didn’t even know there was a previous U.S. government war on Iraq in 1991, the “Persian Gulf War.”

Add to that bit of terrorism inflicted by the Washington bureaucrats the “global warming” propaganda and fear-mongering of the Al Gore activists (who are still at it!). I clearly remember during the 2000s how the schools were implementing the global warming fanaticism into their everyday school curricula and imposing all that on impressionable little kids who were already terrorized by their society’s constant Islam this and Saddam that bunch of stuff. And I recall news articles on how school kids were waking up at night having nightmares because of the in-school global warming terror that was being foisted on them.

So I can understand what particular factors might be influencing the young people of college age now, in their irrational feelings of paranoia, their feeling traumatized by every little thing and their need for a “safe place.” They have been not only conditioned to react to every little thing and fear this or that, but they have also been brainwashed by years of the government and media’s fear mongering following 9/11 and associated with global warming. Their brainwashing causes them to act in an unthinking and irrational way, combined with the ideologies being instilled in them by their school teachers and college professors (such as “black lives matter but white lives don’t,” and “microaggressions,” etc., etc.), as well as their pop culture icons and idols, many of whom are on the Left.

But since 9/11, many of the “adults” were also in some ways brainwashed, by hours and hours of post-9/11 government propaganda TV-watching, day after day, and for years. No wonder the South Carolina debate-goers were booing Ron Paul when he mentioned the Golden Rule. “Christian” America no longer believes in the Golden Rule, that if you don’t want people breaking into or bombing your home then you shouldn’t do it to them. And when Dr. Paul or others brought up the history of pre-9/11 U.S. government interventionism, invasions and occupations of foreign countries, that makes people very uncomfortable. It’s difficult for people who love their country to acknowledge their own government’s criminal acts against foreigners which had done nothing but provoke the foreigners. But denial of the truth is much more unhealthy.

Besides the teen and 20-something young people in America who had grown up being bombarded with fear-mongering and propaganda by the government and media after 9/11, there are the young people in the Middle East who have been terrorized by actual bombs and bullets, as well as being propagandized by years of supposedly “Islamic” ideology. Many of them also were little kids during and after 9/11.

Many of those young Middle Easterners had suffered during their own growing up years, not as much at the hands of their “Islamic” authoritarian elders raising them, but being terrorized by all the bombs, invasions, occupations, murders and assassinations, renditions, torture at the hands of U.S. government forces and other Western government war criminals. So those Middle Eastern young people, now in their teens and 20s, grew up in fear and terror of when the next drone will pass over them, when the next bomb will be dropped in their neighborhood, when the invaders would break into their home, rape their mothers and shoot their fathers, and if they will actually survive all that criminality. I don’t think that many Americans can understand or empathize with them, being such narcissistic “Exceptionalists,” and also being so propagandized by the U.S. government and media. (But I could be wrong.)

And no, I am NOT defending “Islamic terrorists,” but one reason many Americans don’t have an understanding of what it’s like from the perspective of those whose lives are terrorized and tortured by invading armies is that most Americans have never experienced such violence against them. (Except those victims of American police violence, of course.) Another reason why most Americans actually don’t care to understand the perspective of their government’s foreign victims is that most Americans are ignorant and go by the propaganda fed to them by their government’s well-trained media sycophants. Most Americans are also ignorant of what their own government had done to those Middle Eastern foreigners prior to 9/11.

So traveling from Middle Eastern countries to Europe now, there are thousands of young people, many of them Muslim and male, who grew up being either the victims of or in fear and terror of the U.S. government’s massive campaigns of violence. And now they supposedly fear ISIS.

Now, I know that a lot of commentators and talk radio crusaders are expressing concern that many of those migrants or refugees might be Islamic jihadists who want to do more of what was done to Paris, and might come here to the U.S. and commit jihadist violence. But supposedly, many of them are not unmarried but actually do have wives and kids they left behind, assuming that the rest of their families will be welcomed when these new arrivals settle somewhere in Europe. Apparently, such a travel is very difficult, grueling and dangerous, and a good reason why females and children might not be able to endure such a trip.

To me, the refugees’ expecting to settle somewhere in Europe isn’t very realistic. European countries are welfare states, with massive redistribution of wealth schemes just like in America, which negatively affect productivity, housing and employment. Eventually, they will probably have to go back to Syria, Iraq, and so on (and I have heard that many of them are from other countries as well, not currently being victimized by so-called ISIS).

But just what will be left in Syria and Iraq after the so-called ISIS takeover? How will the ruling forces of Islamic State rebuild what they and others destroyed? And also, the “fanatics” are destroying many historic buildings as well. And I’ve been hearing that some insiders and disgruntled “former ISIS” participants are saying that with the higher-ups of ISIS, it really isn’t a fanatical imposition of Islam into society and culture there, but “it’s all about money.” In other words, they are really just criminals, stealing wealth and property from others not any different from the typical gang, or the mafia, or, more like a typical government racket in most countries. But given the history of U.S. government bureaucrats in those three-letter agencies, I think we can guess the answers to the questions as to who is breeding the jihadists, who is training them, and so on (besides the Saudis, that is).

But I think that there really are Middle Eastern Muslims who really are brainwashed to follow Islam in the same kind of zombie-like way as the American youngins seem to be brainwashed, propagandized and terrorized to believe in global warming, to believe ideologies such as “hate white people” and “hate males,” “rape culture,” “black lives matter,” and act like destructive, uncivilized creeps. Those college campuses are now breeding grounds for future culture jihadists who will see their violence against others as justified, in the name of this or that ideology.

So who are the world’s worst terrorists? In my view, government bureaucrats, government worshipers,government fanatics and jihadists. And if there are any identifiable culprits in breeding all the aforementioned creatures, I would say it’s mainly the bureaucrats of the U.S. government, their enforcers and soldiers, and all the little minions who obediently follow them.

This article originally appeared at Scott’s blog