Bombshell Video: Donald Trump Was Right About 9/11 Celebrations In America

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Donald Trump has the video to back his claims that people in America cheered the fall of the Twin Towers on 9/11 — just as the San Bernardino Massacre reminds Americans of terrorist threats at home!

In a triumph of sweet revenge, the Presidential candidate is even being backed up by the same media that mocked his claims!

Bombshell video from 9/11 has been brought to light from the vaults of CBS News with footage of twisted minds in Jersey City, New Jersey cheering the day’s destruction while in the shadow of the burning buildings!

Even better, Trump is being proven right even as CBS News is claiming that his story has been “debunked!”

The biased reporters at CBS are hoping that nobody remembers their own 9/11 coverage that included these troubling words from their own newsman Pablo Guzman

Just a couple of blocks away from that Jersey City apartment the F.B.I. raided yesterday and had evidence removed, there is another apartment building, one that investigators told me, quote, was swarming with suspects — suspects who I’m told were cheering on the roof when they saw the planes slam into the Trade Center. Police were called to the building by neighbors and found eight men celebrating, six of them tenants in the building. 

Only eight men were caught celebrating, but Guzman had to admit that there were “swarms” of people in Jersey City celebrating the 9/11 attacks.

It’s another triumph for the outspoken Trump — who famously wrote in The ENQUIRER: “I’m not scripted and I’m not ‘handled!'”

“This hidden video doesn’t just prove that Donald was right about people cheering on the 9/11 terrorists in America,” said a political analyst.

“It also means that networks like CBS have been deliberately ignoring their own news coverage on that day to lie about Donald’s statements!

“Now the news outlets really have a problem — because Donald can always say that he got his facts from their own reporting!”

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