NEW YORK, Ny. – In an exclusive interview with former NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams, ex-president George W. Bush spoke at his ranch in Crawford, Texas this week about adjusting to life post-presidency and discussed a variety of topics including the reopening of the U.S. embassy in Cuba, Osama bin Laden, and his involvement in the attacks in New York and Washington on September 11th, 2001.
“You often hear people say ‘Bush did 9/11.’ That’s just not true,” the 43rd president told Williams. “I was only a pawn; a foot-soldier of sorts.” Bush, while downplaying his role in the tragedy, said the events in their entirety were orchestrated by the Illuminati. “These guys are involved in what they call a ‘multi-century power struggle’ with the Reptilians,” Bush said. “They want to achieve world-domination.”
On the night of September 10th, less than twelve hours before American Airlines Flight 11 struck the north tower of the World Trade Center, the Bush administration, acting on orders from the Illuminati, sent a twelve-man team into the WTC to plant thermite charges on the north and south towers’ steel support beams. Immediately following the conclusion of the operation, the team, according to Bush, was “disposed of by FEMA.”
When asked by Mr. Williams if the former president thought he may be putting his life at risk by bringing “such earth-shattering allegations” to light, Bush replied, “Absolutely, Brian. But I cannot, in good conscience, stay silent on this.” Bush said he’d hired a foreign private military contractor who was providing a “sizable non-Jewish force” to protect his ranch.
In response to a question by Williams as to al Qaeda’s involvement in 9/11, Bush said the Islamic terror group was “merely a scapegoat.” Calling al Qaeda a “rag-tag band of extremists,” Bush said the group was “used to justify the War on Terror, which the Illuminati used as a means to covertly root out Reptilian operatives.” As for the death of Osama bin Laden at the hands of SEAL Team Six on May 2nd, 2011 in Abbottabad, Pakistan, the former two-term president shrugged and said, “Where’s the body?”
Switching topics, Williams brought up Hurricane Katrina. “As you know, I won a Peabody Award for my coverage of the situation while embedded with the National Guard on the harsh streets of New Orleans. At one point, I remember very clearly, we came under heavy machine gun fire in the French Quarter. What happened there?” Williams asked.
Bush, who paused before offering a response, said, “Brian, I’m gonna level with you. The Reptilians were responsible for Hurricane Katrina.” The ex-president hesitated before continuing, “You know, it’s not that I don’t care about black people; at the time I was trying to prevent another 9/11.” Bush went on to say that had his administration provided a quicker and more efficiently managed response in the aftermath of Katrina, he would have effectively thrown the United States into war with the Reptilians. “I could not put the American people in that position.”
In recent weeks, Mr. Bush said, he has tried unsuccessfully to reach out to Edward Snowden. The former president said he believes Snowden, an ex-CIA contractor and whistle-blower, could help facilitate his safe passage to Russia where he intends to seek refuge from the Illuminati. “Neither they nor the Reptilians have ever infiltrated the Kremlin,” Mr. Bush said, adding, “It’s the safest place on earth.”
Former President George W. Bush’s exclusive forty-minute interview with Brian Williams is set to air Thursday night on MSNBC.