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


Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) on Sunday criticized his state’s Republican nominee for attorney general for spreading “disgusting lies” in regards to the 9/11 attacks.

Michael Peroutka floated conspiracy theories in regards to the 2001 terror attacks while co-hosting five radio shows in 2006, in keeping with CNN’s KFile investigations team.

Hogan, a moderate Republican and potential 2024 presidential candidate, ripped into Peroutka following the disclosure.

“We all know who was liable for 9/11,” Hogan wrote on Twitter. “Blaming our country for Al-Qaeda’s atrocities is an insult to the memory of the 1000’s of innocent Americans and brave first responders who died that day.”

“These disgusting lies don’t belong in our party,” he added.

Peroutka said the 9/11 attacks were the work of an “elite bureaucrat” who set demolition charges in Recent York City buildings.

“I said that if the buildings in Recent York City, the World Trade Center buildings, got here down by demolition charges — that’s to say — if there was this evidence that there was that something was preset there, then the implications of which can be massive,” Peroutka said, in keeping with CNN.

“I’ve been performing some reading and performing some studying, and I think that to be very, very true,” Peroutka added.

Peroutka looked as if it would endorse a conspiracy theory that the Twin Towers and a smaller constructing nearby were destroyed in a series of controlled demolitions, CNN reported.

Hogan called Cox’s primary election victory “a win for the Democrats.”

“It’s an enormous loss for the Republican Party, and we have now no likelihood of saving that governor seat,” Hogan told ABC’s “This Week” last month.

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