There's a a new blog in town devoted to debunking the 9/11 mythmakers. This one's devoted primarily to Michael Rivero of whatreallyhappened.com. My favorite post so far:
Today, Michael Rivero posted a link to a report that Ariel Sharon had cancelled a trip to Florida two days before 9/11, implying that Ariel Sharon wanted to stay off the planes so he doesn't get hurt.
But Michael forgot something. He did cancel two days before 9/11, but not THE 9/11 (as in the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon). His trip was cancelled in September of 2002, as the article clearly states.
It mentions that the trip was scheduled to boost Jeb Bush's votes in the mid-term polls, and if you might remember a few months ago when Ariel Sharon was supposed to come to Florida.
Rivero's stupidity seems to be surpassed only by his propensity to see a Jewish conspiracy behind everything.