Ten years ago today, nearly three thousand innocent souls lost their lives, tragically, in what, based on the cringe-inducing coverage by the Jurassic media this morning, must have been some sort of natural disaster. Was it a tornado? A tsunami? An avalanche?
Oh wait, I remember now because I watched the hijacked airplanes slam into the Twin Towers live that beautiful Tuesday morning. It was vicious, pre-meditated murder, an act of war from a ruthless savage enemy, as determined to kill as many Americans as they can today as they were ten years ago.
Apparently political correctness dictates that we be force fed weepy, touchy feely drivel about “diversity” and “public service” lest we face the reality of what happened: a dedicated band of adversaries fueled by a hateful, religion-based ideology, Islamic jihadism.
We’ll hear some of the unbelievable remarks from the Lame Stream Media during today’s ceremony, and get your thoughts on the reports.
We’ll also reflect on the courage of Americans after this horrific attack, including that of our guest Shannen Rossmiller, an ordinary wife and mother inspired by the events of September 11, 2001 to become a warrior against terrorists by infiltrating jihadist online networks. She tells the amazing story of her double life, including her role in the two of the largest cases of domestic terrorism and espionage in US history since 9/11. Tune in Sunday for the rest of the story.
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