Nah, that’s bad strategy. I have written about 9/11 some, but you don’t attack the machine in its most well-armored and heavily defended points. People are so thoroughly propagandized about 9/11 that spending a lot of time on it causes you to be instantly invalidated in the eyes of most potential readers. There’s plenty of work that has been done on 9/11 that is there for people to look at when they get curious enough; in the meantime there’s far more damage that can be done pointing out the clear and demonstrable lies we’re being told about places like Douma and Salisbury. Those points are far less heavily protected by the propaganda machine, because they don’t have seventeen years of extremely aggressive establishment psyops scaring people away from asking reasonable questions about them.
I know what I’m doing. I’ve gotten pretty good at fighting this fight.