Tsarnaev Trutherism: A Family Affair?

9/11 Truthers – to include Muslim Brotherhood members – believe that Jihadists were not responsible for the 9/11 attacks. Tsarnaev Truthers – to include several members of the Tsarnaev clan – believe that the Boston marathon jihadists are not only innocent but in the case of Mama Zubeidat, that America failed to keep her children safe.

Moreover, she even blames America for killing her son when, in reality, her other son did it when he ran Tamerlan over.

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Let’s look at another dynamic at work. When it comes to the Muslim Brotherhood strain of 9/11 Truthers, any denial of Muslim involvement furthers an agenda that seeks to hide the truth about the like-mindedness of Al-Qaeda jihadists and the Brotherhood. When it comes to Tsarnaev Truthers, a similar phenomenon may be at play.

Based on new information that Mama Zubeidat was on a watchlist, along with her son Tamerlan, it would seem that Tsarnaev Trutherism has a motivation similar to that of 9/11 Trutherism.

Via WCVB (h/t GWP):

Russian officials warned authorities in the United States about the mother of the bombing suspects in 2011, and she was also added to a terror watch list, according to CNN.

The FBI interviewed Zubeidat Tsarnaeva about concerns that her son, Tamerlan, was taking a radical turn, but cleared both of them.

How about the Tsarnaevs’ father Anzor? On the day that Tamerlan was killed, he denied everything. One may be inclined to cut Anzor some slack because this video is from the same day. However, keep in mind that the like-minded Anzor sat next to Mama Zubeidat when the latter blamed America for not keeping her children safe:

How about Aunt Maret Tsarnaev, also a Tsarnaev Truther. Last week, while talking to reporters, she said the attack was ‘staged’ and that her nephews were set up:

What does Alex Jones think about the new strain of Truterism?


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