Donald Trump Honors Flight 93 Heroes on 9/11

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The Headline

Donald Trump Honors Flight 93 Heroes on 9/11

The Grind

President Donald Trump on Friday spoke at the Flight 93 memorial in Pennsylvania, honoring the Americans who lost their lives on 9/11/2001 fighting back against terrorists.

“The heroes of Flight 93 are an everlasting reminder. No matter the danger, no matter the threat, no matter the odds, America will always rise up, stand tall and fight back,” Trump said.

The Details

The president and First Lady Melania Trump attended the ceremony at the memorial, honoring the sacrifice of the 40 Americans on board the flight. He recalled the passengers rose up against the radical Islamic terrorists that had hijacked the plane, crashing it into a Pennsylvania field before it could reach the Capitol building in Washington, DC.

“The 40 on Flight 93 did the most American of things, they took a vote and they acted together,” Trump said. “They charged the cockpit. They confronted the pure evil and in their last act on this earth they saved our Capitol.” Read more…

 

 

 

 

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CAIR: Muslims Are the Real Victims of 9/11

The Los Angeles chapter Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) issued a press release yesterday to announce that it had “sent a letter to school districts and universities throughout the Greater Los Angeles area to encourage educators to promote diversity, inclusivity and mutual understanding when discussing the anniversary of September 11, 2001 (‘9/11’).” This admonition was needed, you see, because the people CAIR regards as racist, redneck Islamophobes – that is, Americans who are aware of the nature and magnitude of the jihad terror threat – are not teaching about 9/11 “in a nuanced way.” They aren’t, you see, highlighting the real victims of the 9/11 attacks: Muslims in the U.S.

The Details

In the letter, CAIR-LA Civil Rights Managing Attorney Amr Shabaik wrote that since 9/11, “federal, state, and local governments have all tried numerous methods with varying degrees of success to address America’s unresolved issues of racial, ethnic, and religious bias in order to reconcile our nation with its foundational values, such as religious freedom, diversity, and serving the world as a country of financial opportunity and political refuge.”

The implication is clear: America’s alleged racial, ethnic, and religious biases caused 9/11. Once those biases are addressed, the nation can assume its responsibilities of “serving the world as a country of financial opportunity and political refuge.” Read more…

 


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