Russell Brand: I’m ‘Open’ to the 9/11 Conspiracy Theories

‘We have to remain open-minded to any kind of possibility’

Russell Brand Says He’s ‘Open-Minded’ to 9/11 Conspiracies During Contentious BBC Interview (Mediaite)

Comedian and activist Russell Brand suggested Thursday evening that he is “open-minded” to the possibility that the United States government was behind the deadly 9/11 attacks.

The remarks came during a heated conversation with BBC NewsNight presenter Evan Davis. This marks the second time in a year the actor has had prickly debates with the show’s hosts — in Oct. 2013, then-host Jeremy Paxman heard out Brand’s “revolutionary” ideas and called him a “very trivial man.”

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