IntelliHub – by Andrew Pontbriand
From September 28-30, the ReThink 9/11 billboard campaign raised an incredible $25,000 dollars to keep it’s 54 foot Billboard active in New York City’s Time Square through October. This comes following a giant month-long effort that raised $225,000 for a 12 city, international billboard campaign that came to fruition on the 12th anniversary of 9/11.
The Billboard campaign focuses to spread awareness about the elephant in the room regarding the 9/11 story, the collapse of building 7. Many polls and on the street interviews by several journalists show that many people were completely unaware that 3 towers fell on that day, which is mind-blowing considering this was the most horrific attack inside America in recent history.
The Towering billboard that hangs proudly in Times Square reads, ” Did you know a 3rd Tower fell on 9/11?” The massive billboard also references that more than 2,000 architects and engineers are calling for a new investigation into the events that took place on September 11, 2001, bringing more information forth to the general public.
The major effort to keep the Times Square billboard up for another month shows the public is itching for a new investigation. Recent polls continue to show that more and more Americans want a new investigation. Countries around the world have spoken out, as well as world leaders pointing out the many open lies and deceptions of the official story.
 ReThink911 Raises $25,000 in Three Days to Keep Billboard in Times Square through October – ReThink911.org
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One thought on “Voting With Dollars – $25,000 Raised in 3 days for ReThink 9/11 Billboard”
Looks like the people have seen the BS.