Does Missing $2.3 Trillion Prove 9/11 Was An Inside Job?
Ever since September 11th there’s been countless conspiracies flying around about how it was an inside job, jet fuel can’t melt steel beams etc., but there’s one piece of evidence that could truly explain some things – a hell of a lot of missing money.
On September 10th former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld openly admitted to the media that the Pentagon had somehow managed to lose around $2.3 trillion from their budget, a sum that would put a massive dent in our ever growing economic crisis. This press release was met with outrage, but it was absolutely nothing in the bucket compared to what happened the very next day.
Now conspiracy theorists are toying with the idea that the US Government itself was responsible for the 125 lives lost at the Pentagon, as they sat back and watched the WTC’s fall – completely eradicating any evidence of where the missing money could have gone. Every accounting office was completely destroyed leaving behind nothing but rubble. This tragedy was then followed with a massive attitude towards bolstering the defense budget once again, an idea that resonated with the rest of the country at the time.
The biggest problem with this theory is that Rumsfeld hadn’t meant the money had up and vanished, but more that they hadn’t kept the receipts of where it all went at the time. This is still a very massive blunder from people handling sums of money many could only dream of, and ever since there hasn’t been any way to trace it all. For all the public can tell it’s all been sent to line pockets!
If you stole $5 worth of candy at the corner store you could easily be facing jail time if you don’t have the receipt, but $2.3 trillion in receipts go missing right before there would be no way to track it? Whether you’re a conspiracy theorist or not, something about this just seems a little off…