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New York Times Blames 'Airplanes' for 9/11 Attacks, Not Terrorists

NYT says 'airplanes took aim' at World Trade Center, triggering outrage

 on 12th September 2019 @ 1.00pm
the new york times caused outrage by suggesting  airplanes  were responsible for 9 11  not terrorists © press
The New York Times caused outrage by suggesting 'airplanes' were responsible for 9/11, not terrorists

Liberal news outlet The New York Times triggered outrage on Wednesday by suggesting that "airplanes" were responsible for the 9/11 attacks, rather than the Islamic terrorists who hijacked them.

In an article published on September 11, 2019 - the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks — NYT attempted to shift responsibility for the attacks from Al Qaeda and onto the planes themselves.

"18 years have passed since airplanes took aim and brought down the World Trade Center," the Times posted on Twitter with a link to their story.

"Today families will once again gather and grieve at the site where more than 2000 people died."

The article, which the Times tweet linked to, began:

Once more, families gathered at ground zero, where nearly 3,000 people died on that bright September morning.

Once more, there was an outpouring of grief.

Once more, there were the sound of bells tolling in mourning and names being recited.

Eighteen years have since passed since airplanes took aim at the World Trade Center and brought them down. [emphasis added]

the new york times seemingly attempted to shift blames for the 9 11 attacks away from the terrorists and onto the airplanes they hijacked © press
The New York Times seemingly attempted to shift blames for the 9/11 attacks away from the terrorists and onto the airplanes they hijacked

The Times was universally condemned and mocked for writing that "planes took aim."

In reality, Al Qaeda terrorists hijacked airplanes filled with hundreds of innocent people to weaponize them in an effort to topple the World Trade Center's Twin Towers.

"Fortunately, journalists rallied to make sure sentient airplanes would be less likely to kill ever again," one person said.

"The New York Times is so woke they say 'airplanes' targeted the World Trade Centers - as opposed to Muslim extremists. Appalling, especially on the 18th anniversary of 9/11," another person responded.

"This newspaper is garbage," radio host Larry O'Connor responded.

"Man, those towers really must have done something to upset those airplanes," one person mocked.

"And 18 years later, we still somehow allow airplanes to be legal. Let that sink in," another mocked.

the nyt story doesn t mention al qaeda or the 19 islamic terrorists who hijacked the planes © press
The NYT story doesn't mention Al Qaeda or the 19 Islamic terrorists who hijacked the planes

According to The Blaze, the newspaper quickly deleted the tweet and published another to reflect that terrorists were, in fact, responsible for 9/11.

The outlet wrote that the tweet and its story were updated "for clarity."

The second paragraph of the updated story now reads, "Eighteen years have passed since terrorists commandeered airplanes to take aim at the World Trade Center and bring them down."

The paragraph is the only paragraph in the story that mentions "terrorism" aside from the story's subheading, which mentions "terror attacks."

The story also does not mention Al Qaeda, the terrorist group behind the attacks.

[RELATED] 'Progressive' Commentator Declares: 'America Deserved 9/11'

tags: 911 | Terrorist
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