|After two days of fundraising, we are halfway to the $9,000 needed to pay for the September 2015 New York Times Billboard. Thank you to everyone who has contributed so far.
Here’s the story on this important opportunity. Just last week, the owners of the billboard across the street from The New York Times — a spot they usually sell for more than $20,000 — came to us with an unbelievable offer of $9,000 for four weeks.
We knew we couldn’t pass up this opportunity to amplify our message during the 9/11 anniversary. And so we are sharing it with you. If you would like to see this billboard go up next week, please chip in what you can by the end of Labor Day weekend to help make it possible.
Remember David Sanger?
He’s The New York Times’ chief Washington correspondent. In December 2013, he told one of AE911Truth’s C-SPAN callers, “We’ve not found any evidence so far to suggest that the building collapses were caused by anything other than the two airplanes.” In response, over 1,000 of you emailed Sanger and the Times to tell them, “Clearly, you haven’t been looking.”
Now is our opportunity to send that message even more loudly. And to make sure they have no excuse not to look at the evidence, we’ll be mailing the Beyond Misinformation booklet to every editor and reporter who works in The New York Times Building. Of course, it’s not just about The New York Times: Our impossible-to-miss billboard will also be seen by 100,000 people each day. That means a total of three million views during the month of September.
Please help us capture the attention of the nation’s “newspaper of record” — and of millions of New Yorkers and tourists — by making a modest contribution this Labor Day weekend.
Thank you for helping to make this the most educational 9/11 anniversary yet.
The AE911Truth Team