Nearly two-thirds of Americans think it is possible that some federal officials had specific warnings of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, but chose to ignore those warnings, according to a Scripps Howard News Service/Ohio University poll . . .
"You wouldn't have gotten these numbers a year or two after the attacks themselves," said University of Florida law professor Mark Fenster. "You've got an increasingly disaffected public that is unhappy with the administration."
This is basically what he said last year. His PhD is in Communications, so I guess for him it does not matter whether people have a sound basis for these opinions. All that matters is whether people are believing what the client wants them to believe.