Al Franken Admits Being Warned To Avoid Twin Towers on 9/11 by Jewish Former Mayor of New York –
In his 2003 book Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them, Jewish US Senator Al Franken admitted that he received a “Jew call” from former New York Mayor Ed Koch, also Jewish, to avoid the Twin Towers – where Franken had an office – on 9/11. Here is the excerpt:
Six months after 9/11, the Gallup Poll of Islamic Countries found that an overwhelming majority of those surveyed believed the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon had not been the works of Arabs. Well-educated Egyptians and Saudis believed that the Israelis were behind the murder of three thousand innocents on 9/11, in large part because of articles in their countries’ official state newspapers. One of the widely disseminated stories was that no Jews died in the collapse of the Trade Towers because they had received calls telling them not to go to work that day. To tell you the truth, I got the Jew call. I had an office in the Trade Center where I used to do most of my writing. The call came from former New York mayor Ed Koch. “Al,” he told me, “don’t go to work on the twenty-third day of Elul [September 11, 2001].”
Some are claiming that this passage is just “satire” but it is ambiguous enough to be interpreted otherwise. He certainly doesn’t make it clear whether he is joking or not, and at no point in the chapter does he state definitely that this call with Koch never took place. Judge for yourself.
Bigger excerpt of the book HERE