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"The Judge" w/Geraldo Rivera discuss 9/11 WTC7

Here is a follow up short interview by the Judge on Geraldo Rivera and his thoughts on his recent exposure to WTC Bldg 7.


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amazing how

big money can turn even the staunchest defender of liberty. I guess if you can't beat 'em ..you join 'em.

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WTC7 Bump: Watching Geraldo very reluctantly eat his words...

is great to see.

The People that he loathes so much are the same ones that bring him to the truth. What will he do now?

Will this Bible story come true:
Saul = Geraldo
Christians = 9/11 truthers

Saul was an angry man who persecuted Christians. Persecute means to treat in a cruel and mean manner.
Saul was on his way to Damascus to arrest any Christians that were in the synagogues. A synagogue is a building used by Jews for worship and teaching. Then an amazing thing happened. Saul was thinking about how he could hurt the Christians as he traveled. As he came near Damascus, a bright light suddenly shone down from heaven.
Saul fell to the ground, and a voice said, "Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?"
Saul answered, "Who are you, Lord?"
The voice then said, "I am Jesus whom you are persecuting. It is hard for you to fight against me. Go now into Damascus and you will be told what you must do."
When Saul got up from the ground, he was blind. Others had to lead him by the hand into the city. For three days Saul was blind and did not eat or drink anything.
God told a man named Ananias in a dream that he should go see Saul. He found Saul and laid his hands on him, and Saul was able to see again. The preacher told him to arise and be baptized and wash away his sins.
Saul was sorry for the things he had been doing. He began doing the things that Jesus wanted him to do. After his conversion, Saul's name was changed to Paul, and he spent the rest of his life serving Jesus and teaching people about him. He became a missionary to people all over the world. A missionary is a person who is sent by a church to teach about Christ.
Paul, the apostle, suffered many persecutions. Instead of being the person who hurt other Christians, he became persecuted himself for Christ's sake.


Giraldo seemed scared...

to speak openly, and couched it all with insults, but it's still great news indeed.
Thanks for posting.


here is a bump.

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Love won! Deliverance from Tyranny is on the way! Col. 2:13-15

Bumping for more feedback. I

Bumping for more feedback. I posted this early in the AM....maybe time for mid day viewers to view this.


Nutjobs and racists

I'm glad the Judge had this on his show, though I know we all would have preferred a much truthier segment. Unfortunately, I don't think this got us anywhere.

At the end of the interview, Heraldo says of the TSA screening practices, "I call for racial profiling. I think it's time."

Great. Just fantastic. Now, 9/11 truthers are associated with either nutjobs or racists. I don't consider that progress in the slightest.


Geraldo is an entertainer, a

Geraldo is an entertainer, a showman paid by the establishment. This seemed more like an advert for his show using a 10 year old issue with carefully guarded words, not much investment of truth and still throw in a shot against Jesse Ventura's attempts at exposing the truth.

Judge lost his gonads?

That was just pathetic.

Love or fear? Choose again with every breath.

Well, he's afraid to commit

Well, he's afraid to commit on bldg 7, which I guess I understand. But did you notice how Geraldo never answers the Judge when he asks Constitutional questions? Geraldo couldn't actually say if he thought groping against someones will was a violation of ones rights? Doesn't he know? Wasn't Geraldo a lawyer at some point or something? Geraldo is a tool, and in the end he will probably just conclude that 911 truth people are nuts.
I really don't expect his questioning to lead to anything.

I'd rather have a bottle in front o' me than a frontal lobotomy

Legitimising the possibility

Starting to set the parameters and extent of the "discovery."

Plain truth, or plane truth next?