Speaking with the Alex Jones Show, actor Tommy Chong, whose offices were subject of a raid this week by the FBI who seized 10,000 political DVD's, said he "absolutely" doubted the official story of 9/11 and compared it to the JFK assassination in that the truth will take many years to finally come out.
"The biggest inconsistency is the fact that who was allowed to fly after everything was shut down - it was the Bin Ladens - it would have been great to ask them some questions," said Chong.
Chong also spoke about prior knowledge concerning Pearl Harbor, noting, "They needed Pearl Harbor to launch a bigger war and that was the same with 9/11."
"You could speculate, but you don't have to speculate with facts," said Chong, "These are cold hard facts, the fact that the Bin Laden family was allowed to escape America, that's a fact, the fact that certain people weren't in the buildings that kind of knew the buildings were gonna go down, that's a fact."
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As Haaretz reported on September 26, 2001, Odigo, the instant messaging service, indicated “two of its workers received messages two hours before the Twin Towers attack on September 11 predicting the attack would happen."
Alex Jones asked Chong if he was familiar with Building 7. Although Tommy admitted he is not familiar with Building 7, he said he is not surprised the building was brought down by demolition.
Chong added that another false flag event on the scale of 9/11 will likely not work, as a new attack would be “like telling the same joke twice,” in other words, many people would not buy into it like they did in the months and years following the attacks of September 11, 2001. Chong added that more people in government would "blow the whistle" if another attack was launched.
The actor agreed that the massing of U.S. troops of the borders of Uzbekistan and Tajikistan in the months before the invasion of Afghanistan was another smoking gun.
Click here to listen to a clip of the MP3 interview with Tommy Chong.
Chong made the statements amidst his involvement in a separate controversy after FBI agents raided two offices Wednesday night in in Newport and Clermont County's Union Township.
According to Chong, agents confiscated 10,000 copies of his DVD, The United States of America Vs. Tommy Chong, which is a documentary about his 2003 federal prosecution for selling bong pipes on the Internet.
"They apparently confiscated 10,000 copies of the movie, "a/k/a Tommy Chong," said Chong.
Alex Jones commented that the raid was likely political retribution for Chong's involvement in another documentary, American Drug War, which Jones consulted for.
American Drug War is already shaping up to be a cult blockbuster and has been aired over 50 times on Showtime alone, a fact that drug enforcement authorities are sure to loathe.
The documentary exposes how the DEA, the FBI, CIA and others have been caught shipping in hardcore drugs to the U.S. while claiming to be fighting a war on drugs.
Former DEA agent and whistleblower Cele Castillo, who is also featured in the film, was also the target of a recent raid and Jones sees a connection between federal authorities targeting both Castillo and Chong within a matter of weeks.
Asked by Local 12 News if federal prosecutors may be targeting Chong for trying to profit off his prosecution, Chong responded, "I'm not profiting off the story of my first amendment violation at all," adding that any profits from DVD sales were going straight to charity.
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