Every time someone suggests that 9/11 was an inside job, which it clearly was, neocon commentator Bill O'Reilly goes bonkers, as when he did recently after commenting on University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Kevin Barrett who doesn't believe the government-sanctioned conspiracy theory that 19 hijackers pulled off the 9/11 attacks. O'Reilly noted that Barrett belongs "in the Charles River floating down".
This outrageous comment by O'Reilly was reported by Prof. James H. Fetzer, founder and co-chair of Scholars for 9/11 Truth, a non-partisan society of more than 300 members dedicated to exposing falsehoods and revealing truths about 9/11, said that the absence of response from the FCC, Fox News, and the national media speaks volumes about the state of the nation. "When public threats can be made to a citizen's life for expressing his opinions on a controversial topic and neither the government nor the media respond," he observed, "that is a sure sign we are living in a fascist state."
Fetzer is very good at what he does. Be sure and read "American Assassination," his book about the assassination-by-plane-crash of Minnesota Sen. Paul Wellstone, back in 2002.