On 9/11 Anniversary, Americans Use Twitter to Advance Inside Job Theories

9/11 is conspiracy day for many Americans on Twitter.

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    In the 11 years since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Americans have become much more sophisticated.

    They can use Twitter and other social media advances to further theories that the terrorist attacks were an inside job perpetrated by the government, according to SF Weekly.

    On today, the 11th anniversary of the attacks, many theories were floated by suspicious conspiracy-minded Americans, the newspaper reported.

    A "stunning number of folks" tweeted "through the night about how the government systematically killed thousands of Americans on Sept. 11, 2001," the newspaper reported.

    "9/11 was an inside job and I don't care who gets butthurt over it," tweeted user @npbreezy. "You're a fool if you believe otherwise."

    "Don't think 9/11 was an inside job?" asked @markleggett. "Go watch 'Loose Change.' Then 'Ghost Rider 2. Then the Shrek tetralogy. All that stuff really happened."