Anti-Trump Texas faithless elector Stephen Christopher “Chris” Suprun, who claims in his New York Times op-ed to have been “part of the response” to the 9/11 attacks, has a number of of inconsistencies in his 9/11 story, and other stories from his past, that cast doubt on his claims.
Earlier this week, GotNews’ crack research team revealed that Suprun runs a fishy 9/11 charity and paid for cheating website Ashley Madison’s “affair guarantee” while bankrupt, likely unemployed, and married with 3 young kids — while his wife worked a full-time job.
Suprun is ostensibly a long-time paramedic, who “responded” on 9/11.
This was Suprun in 2013, speaking to schoolkids:
“He began by taking students back to that day, where he sat in a diner in Virginia, learning of the news that disaster had struck in New York. A short time later, changing his plans to journey to New York to work, he witnessed the moments leading to the Pentagon — containing 3.7 million square feet of office space — being struck, 60 years to the day it was constructed, he explained.”
The article also states:
“He was among the firefighter/paramedics working on site when the third plane struck the Pentagon during the terrorist attacks.”
Here Suprun describes:
“[how his] own 9/11 story began with a decision that runs counter to everything he has taught in disaster management classes – he dispatched himself. He was 27, a volunteer paramedic at the Dale City fire company in Northern Virginia, and he was teaching emergency medical response at George Washington University. When his beeper sounded after the first jet struck in Manhattan, he drove with a buddy to the fire station, where he always kept a fresh uniform. As they dressed, preparing to drive to New York, they watched a TV report from the Pentagon, where a third jet had just smashed into the 30-acre building. They roared up I-395 toward the thick, black smoke, which they could see from five miles away.”
The article says he was teaching a class at George Washington University, with no mention of sitting in a diner with plans to work in New York.
And here, yet another story:
“Twelve years ago, I responded to the Pentagon after a unit from the fire department reported a plane down and heavy black smoke. I had a front-row seat to hundreds of deaths that day.”
What? This is not consistent with the prior paragraph where he and his buddy watched it happen on TV.
In another article he says he was living in Washington, D.C. during 9/11 but volunteering in Dale City, Virginia (a 30-40 minute drive south):
“One the first things he did when he arrived at the Pentagon was call his wife and told her to leave Washington, D.C., where they were both living at the time, in fear of another attack, he added. “You have to make it right with family.””
Why does Chris Suprun’s whole 9/11 story keep changing?
While the first two are at least plausible based on Suprun’s history of living in Virginia and Texas, the 2014 Berrendo Middle school shooting happened in Roswell, New Mexico, a nearly 8-hour drive from Suprun’s home near Dallas, Texas.
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What’s going on here? Suprun’s history of “responding” seems fishy to say the least.
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