Larry Hogan Calls Out GOP Maryland Attorney General Nominee's 'Disgusting Lies' About 9/11

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) connected Sunday criticized his state’s Republican nominee for lawyer wide for spreading “disgusting lies” astir the 9/11 attacks.

Michael Peroutka floated conspiracy theories astir the 2001 panic attacks portion co-hosting 5 vigor shows successful 2006, according to CNN’s KFile investigations team.

Hogan, a mean Republican and imaginable 2024 statesmanlike candidate, ripped into Peroutka pursuing the disclosure.

“We cognize who was liable for 9/11,” Hogan wrote connected Twitter. “Blaming our state for Al-Qaeda’s atrocities is an insult to the representation of the thousands of guiltless Americans and brave archetypal responders who died that day.”

“These disgusting lies don’t beryllium successful our party,” helium added.

We cognize who was liable for 9/11. Blaming our state for Al-Qaeda’s atrocities is an insult to the representation of the thousands of guiltless Americans and brave archetypal responders who died that day.

These disgusting lies don’t beryllium successful our party.https://t.co/ZqqBunCDI6

— Larry Hogan (@LarryHogan) July 31, 2022

Peroutka said the 9/11 attacks were the enactment of an “elite bureaucrat” who acceptable demolition charges successful New York City buildings.

“I said that if the buildings successful New York City, the World Trade Center buildings, came down by demolition charges — that is to accidental — if determination was this grounds that determination was that thing was preset there, past the implications of that are massive,” Peroutka said, according to CNN.

“I’ve been doing immoderate speechmaking and doing immoderate studying, and I judge that to beryllium very, precise true,” Peroutka added.

Peroutka seemed to endorse a conspiracy mentation that the Twin Towers and a smaller gathering adjacent were destroyed successful a bid of controlled demolitions, CNN reported.

Hogan besides has said helium volition not enactment Maryland’s Republican nominee for governor, Dan Cox, calling him a “QAnon whack job.” Cox has embraced Donald Trump’s 2020 predetermination lies and has secured the endorsement of the erstwhile president.

Hogan called Cox’s superior predetermination triumph “a triumph for the Democrats.”

“It’s a large nonaccomplishment for the Republican Party, and we person nary accidental of redeeming that politician seat,” Hogan told ABC’s “This Week” past month.

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