Ed Werder should ask Pete Carroll about 9/11 on media day


The coach has gotten a free pass on his beliefs for too long. It's time for him to educate NFL fans. SB Nation 2014 NFL Playoff Coverage

We're required to remind you that these strong takes are PARODY. Sorry, not sorry. All spelling errors are intentional, we think. -Ed.

Folks it happen again.

I didn't get press credentials from Bleacher Report KSK or SB Nation so now I'm relying on the efforts of mainstream journalists to ask the questions what need to be answered during media day.

The most obvious of these is the medias blackout on the report that Pete Carroll might be a 9/11 truther. From a Deadspin report earlier this year:

In particular, Carroll wanted to know whether the attack on the Pentagon had really happened. Chiarelli—who was the top-ranking Army official inside the Pentagon when American Airlines Flight 77 crashed into its western side—explained that it had. He said he had lost many colleagues. But Carroll didn't stop there. He ran through the whole 9/11 truther litany.

"Every 9/11 conspiracy theory you can think of, Pete asked about," said Riki Ellison, the former NFL linebacker who now runs the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance and introduced Carroll to Chiarelli. Ellison, along with Seahawks offensive line coach Pat Ruel, was at the meeting as well. "And he didn't stop at 9/11—he had lots of questions about the role of the military today." (Carroll does seem to have some fondness for the military. He lectured at a military-sponsored "conference on small unit excellence" in 2009, and last year Ellison connected him with Army soldiers at Camp Carroll in Korea.)

I found out that ESPN's Ed Wereder is assigned to cover the Seahawks and in his own word's,

"I’m being assigned to provide daily coverage of the Seahawks, and I want to do that with unique elements and insight from the people directly involved.

Well theres no better unique element and insight then following through on this report that Americans need you to get to the bottom of. So I strapped on my hardhat and luncpale and Went. To. Work.

Obviously I sent Ed my documentaton supporting the fact that Pete Carroll might be smarter then we all give him credit for. Whether its stealing traditions from Texas A&M or listning to the government, Pete Carroll knows ALL about false flags folks.

At the very leased, asking Pete Carroll about 9/11 during Media Day will open alot of eyes. Petes not the type of guy to shy away from this question so either he answers with his heart and runs up the score on the US Government or he refuses to answer and that only creates more buzz. Lets do it folks,, please tweet him at @edwerderespn and be respectfully suggest that it would be a interesting report to get Pete Carrolls 9/11 take. Dont get carryed away and suggest that we KNOW it was a false flag- which we do- but we just want this to be brought up to educate people.

Godbless you and thanks.

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