News Corp Set To Air 9/11 Documentary Glorifying Bush; Producer Says Hes Not Interested In Facts . News Corp Set To Air 9/11 Documentary Glorifying Bush; Producer Says He After spending over a decade promoting President Bush, the PATRIOT Act, and the Iraq War, Rupert Murdochs News Corporation appears to be up to the same tricks, this time with an hour-long promotional video about Bushs leadership during the 9/11 attacks. Although News Corp. is perhaps best known for its Bush cheerleading through its Fox News subsidiary, the Bush documentary is airing on another News Corp. company with a better brand image, National Geographic. The documentary has not aired yet, but is scheduled to come out a few days before the 10-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Early reviews of the program, however, paint Bush as a hero who discarded politics and his right-wing agenda once the planes hit the towers. The film also depicts Bush as a leader bent on capturing Osama bin Laden, no matter what: Its not one of those moments where you weigh the consequences or think about the politics, [Bush] adds. You decide. And I made the decisions as best I could in the fog of war. I was determined. Determined to protect the country. And I was determined to find out who did it and go get them. In reality, within hours of the 9/11 plane hijackings, Bushs Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld began drawing up plans to launch a war in Iraq even though there was no evidence linking Saddam Hussein to the attacks. Indeed, Bush aides quickly went to work undercutting the proposed commission to study the events leading up the 9/11, and despite the growing evidence linking the terrorist act with Osama bin Ladens al Qaeda group, Bush never made bin Laden a priority. By January 2002, Dick Cheney told the press that bin Laden isnt that big a threat. The next month, Bush said bin Laden was not the issue. Will producer Peter Schnall critically, and accurately, explain to the public Bushs actions during and after the horrific 9/11 terrorist attacks? In a recent interview about the program, Schnall said he tried not to push it too far with the former president, and that he was less interested in facts than how Bush was feeling: TVNL Comment: Why is it important to know what a criminal was doing on the day of his crime? 9/11 Facts are there for those who still don't know.