“So I remember this day, and I stood on the New York side and I watched the plane fly into the tower. I remember the next day, and I remember the news reports, and I remember specifically the news reports about Jersey City. They said people were on the roofs watching the planes fly in. They were tipped off prior to the thing. And this was, this was the narrative that was going on. I remember video, I don’t remember if it was Pakistan or Paterson. But there was also a lot of talk,” Fox News’ Eric Bolling said, at a round table discussion, on Monday.

“Whether or not it was a thousand, thousands, a few hundred, a handful, who cares?” he asked.

“It doesn’t really matter to me, because I know there were Muslims and Muslim groups who were happy that the World Trade Center came down and they were in the United States when that happened,” he answered.

Incidentally, it’s interesting that someone with such a vivid memory of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, would have just a few years ago forgotten about them altogether:

Anyway. There was a narrative going on, and there was also a lot of talk.

H/T The Daily Banter, Mediaite. Contact the author of this post: brendan.oconnor@gawker.com.