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FBI Says They Still Haven’t Found A Motive For 9/11

They seemed to really hate buildings—so that’s probably why they did that

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COLLEYVILLE, TX—In a press conference after the synagogue hostage situation this weekend, the FBI said they are still looking for a motive that would explain why an Islamic extremist would attack a Jewish house of worship.

“Please be patient with us, because determining motive is really really hard,” said Special Agent Deebles McPaddycake to reporters. “To be fair, we still haven’t even figured out a motive for the 9/11 attacks yet. Who knows what drove a coordinated team of Islamic extremists to fly planes into buildings? According to our best experts, these men were victims of white supremacy, and they seemed to really hate buildings—so that’s probably why they did that. We’re still working on it though. It’s a real mystery.”

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