Arizona State Senator Karen Johnson, one of the most powerful members of the state Republican Party, is promoting her state in some awfully strange corners of the world.
Johnson established she's battier than a vampire convention, stating that, "I've been a conspiratoriast [sic] for a long, long time," and that when 9/11 happened, she "questioned immediately — is this another false flag [operation] like the Reichstag [fire]?"…
"When you've got a cabal at the head of our country," she told Jones, "and has been there for years pulling the strings behind the scenes, I mean, whatever it takes to get what they want is what they do."
"Jones" in the quote above refers to wingnut crank radio host Alex Jones, whose show Johnson visited as a guest. Now, we overuse the terms "wingnut" and "crank" here, I'll be the first to admit. But Alex Jones, who has done more to promote the notion that the September 11 2001 attacks were an "inside job" perpetrated by a shadowy "new world order" than almost anyone, defines the terms. And a few others including "moonbat," "vicious anti-semitic ZOG promoting scumbag," and "dangerous freak."
911 inside job gospel comes in two flavors: Either the Bush Administration did it, or the Jews did it. I assume that Senator Johnson, a good Republican herself, doesn't mean George Bush when she refers to a shadowy cabal. Which leaves the Jews. But the quoted statement is so vague that's just an assumption.
Perhaps Senator Johnson could enlighten her constituents at the next meeting of the Senate Committee on K-12 Education, which she chairs.