Conspiracy Theories

Lin Wood spouts 9/11 conspiracy theories: Planes that hit Twin Towers were ‘deepfake videos’

Speaking to a crowd in Glynn County, Georgia on Friday, pro-Trump attorney and purveyor of 2020 election disinformation, Lin Wood, delved into an old conspiracy theory evergreen — that the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, were faked.

“Let’s talk about CGI—computer graphics generated images. You know what CGI is? You know what deep fake videos are? I know you know what Photoshopping is,” Wood said in a video flagged by the Republican Accountability Project.

“On 9/11 what appeared to be a plane hit one building, what appeared to be a plane hit another building, then later that night another building fell down. It wasn’t hit by a dadgum thing,” he said adding that the Pentagon “got hit by a missile,” not a plane.

“There were no plane fragments found at any of the sites—New York, Pennsylvania, the Pentagon,” he declared.

Wood became a household name in Trumpworld when in late 2020, he began working with attorney Sidney Powell and other Trump allies to file fraudulent lawsuits claiming that the 2020 presidential election was “rigged” or “stolen” from former President Donald Trump.

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