Talk show host/conspiracy theorist Rosie O'Donnell suggested that World Trade Center 7 was not destroyed by fire on 9/11 in a post on her personal weblog.
Realizing that other tin-foil troops of the Hollywood Elite might soon reinforce O'Donnell, the Mighty Right launched an all-out offensive with their newly christened Army of Information Liberation. Advancing upon www.rosie.com with 43,937 troops, Glenn Reynolds planned to surprise O'Donnell, cut her army off from retreat to Rodeo Drive, and drive them into O'Donnell's backyard in in upstate New York.
In the gray light of dawn, Saturday March 24, Rosie's neighbor, Birdene Culver, discovered Reynolds' army deployed for battle along Pudding Road, just a mile away from O'Donnell Mansion. Storming forward, the Army of Information Liberation found the O'Donnell fortress unfortified. Reynolds had achieved almost total surprise. By mid-day, the Army of Information Liberation seemed within easy reach of victory. However, Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), a candidate for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, announced plans to look into "a few, specific discrepancies in the public record" surrounding the events of 9/11. The Gateway Pundit was sent with troops to hammer Kucinich, who did not break. Casualties were immense.
Meanwhile, Reynolds' flanking attack stalled between Babs Bollinger's apple orchard and her dense thicket of forsythia which was nicknamed "the kill zone" by the Army of Information Liberation. O'Donnell's mighty left flank withstood Reynolds' assaults for thirty six hours. Despite inflicting heavy casualties and seizing ground, the Army of Information Liberation allowed O'Donnell to escape early on Monday morning. She drove to New York City to tape the View. The live studio audience established a solid front on West 66th Street and repulsed the final Army of Information Liberation charge.
The awesome toll of 23,746 killed, maimed, or missing brought a shocking realization to both sides that this war would not end quickly.