9/11 is a lie? – Aaron Sinclaire
Jesse Ventura argues why he thinks 9/11 wasn’t as the world thinks it was.
In the argument Ventura explains how the Bush administration ignored extremely important topics before 9/11 happened. He also touches on the ignorance that the government had after the crisis. His last point is about how there were certain reports of terrorist attacks before they even happened, implying that maybe the whole thing was setup.
the main points of the argument are
The research was not extensive enough nor legitimate
The ignorance is a hint that the Bush administration wanted 9/11 to happen
Reporters miss stepped and spoke on issues before they even happened
Therefore, team Bush was partially behind the acts of terror which was 9/11.
Beginning with truth we can ask ourselves whether or not this argument is factually correct. Going simply by the words spoken by Ventura, technically it is factually correct. Since the premises are true it makes the conclusion true as well, which makes the argument valid. Lastly, when an argument is factually correct and valid, it is sound. Ventura’s statements contain all three of these elements.
Bush did 9/11.