Capitol Hill Update: Obama's Czar Van Jones thinks "Bush caused 9-11"

It was unanimous amongst liberal and conservative talking heads on Bret Baier's Fox News show last evening, that Barack Obama's Green Jobs Czar, Van Jones, will be toast by, or at the very least, should be toast by Monday.  On Sean Hannity's show last night, a former staffer of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says he should voluntarily resign.  What did this "wack job," as one of the talking heads described him, do to deserve this prediction?   

Television talk show host Glenn Beck has revealed a lot of alarming things about Van Jones for a number of weeks.  For example, Van Jones - an avowed communist, who named his son after a radical communist icon - has said many bizarre things about wealth redistribution, Americans poisoning immigrants coming across the border with Mexico; that white polluters are "steering poison into people of color communities" and on and on.   

However, what will bring him down soon say liberal and conservative talking heads is Fox News' revelation yesterday that he is one of the "9-11 Truthers," the way-far-out conspiracy theorists about the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on America.   Van Jones signed a 9-11 Truthers' letter which basically intimated that President George W. Bush caused the 9-11 attack and was responsible for the deaths of some 3,000 Americans.  The letter signed by Jones and others was sent to former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer demanding "real" answers to 9-11.   

The letter said high government officials may have allowed 9-11 to occur and other outrageous theories.  Other loons who signed the letter include former Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, who was even deposed by Democrat voters because of her nutty viewpoints, and it was also signed by some really off-the-wall liberal actors such as Jeanine Garafolo.   

Other background information about Van Jones includes the fact that when he was in jail, Van Jones said that:  "I met all these young radical people of color - I mean really radical: communists and anarchists. And it was, like, 'This is what I need to be a part of.' I spent the next ten years of my life working with a lot of those people I met in jail, trying to be a revolutionary."

Former Governor Mike Huckabee said on Sean Hannity's show last night "I don't see how the president can keep this guy in his circle of advisors, or he will lose any credibility that he has."  If Barack Obama wants this millstone around his neck for the next 4 years so be it, and the Republicans will rejoice at the polls next year.  If Obama has any commonsense left, he will indeed give Van Jones the boot by next Monday. 

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