9/11 First Responders Now Considered Possible Terrorists
The Intel Hub
By Alex Thomas
April 21st, 2011
The heroes who risked their lives on 9/11 and have subsequently been denied health care, will now be considered possible terrorists under a provision in the 9/11 first responders health care bill.
Not only are 6 year old girls considered possible terror suspects, the very people who risked their lives after a supposed terrorist attack will now have to be tested through the FBI as possible terrorists themselves.
“A provision in the new 9/11 health bill may be adding insult to injury for people who fell sick after their service in the aftermath of the 2001 Al Qaeda attacks,” reported The Huffington Post.
This ridiculous provision was added to the 9/11 first responders health care bill in a last minute move by Rep. Cliff Stearns of Florida and can be read in full here.
“(5)DISQUALIFICATION OF INDIVIDUALS ON TERRORIST WATCH LIST
“No individual who is on the terrorist watch list maintained by the Department of homeland Security shall qualify as an eligible WTC responder.
Before enrolling any individual as a WTC responder in the WTC program under paragraph (3), the Administrator, in consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Security, shall determine whether the individual is on such list.”
That’s right, the “Administrator” and the head of DHS will make a decision whether or not the 9/11 heroes are terrorists. The fact that DHS is openly implementing a totalitarian police state apparently gives them the right to deem our heroes as possible terrorists.
The Huffington Post received the letter from Dr. John Howard who wrote it to inform medical providers that participants from in the 9/11 health program will soon have all their information forward to the FBI.
This is an outright smack in the face to all the 9/11 first responders and possibly has something to do with the fact that first responders were among the first to question the official theory of 9/11.
The very heroes who saved countless lives will now have their personal data put through a government terror database run by the very agencies that have publicly given bombs, sometimes real sometimes fake, to multiple terrorists.