Willie Nelson re-iterated comments first made on The Alex Jones Show about the implosion of the World Trade Center twin towers on 9/11, telling Democracy Now that he has questions about the official story.
JUAN GONZALEZ: The FCC is watching, yes. I'd like to ask you about one of your views or perspectives that's raised a lot of controversy, obviously, your sense of—or your reaction to what happened on 9/11 and your questions that you have about the events of that terrible day.
WILLIE NELSON: Well, I have a lot of questions. I think a lot of people have a lot of questions. I think 85 or 90 percent of the people in this country say, "What?" I mean, a plane hit this building, and it fell kind of like that. And another plane hit that building, and it fell kind of like that. About the same time it fell, this one fell the same way. It looked like an implosion somewhere, you know? And then, all of a sudden, the third building fell, and no plane hit it. So, naturally, I've got questions.
Nelson appeared for a second time this week on Alex Jones' show and called for Bush to be impeached, fearing that an "event" before the end of the year could lead to the presidential election being canceled.