Many have. Many now blame us for the attacks, while not only defending and excusing the radical and violent ideology that drove the horrific deadly and destructive attacks on our nation, but insinuating our ideology is wrong, especially for retaliating and for building our defenses from future terror attacks. In fact, we deserved the 9/11 attacks.
And some of those people have been elected to the US Congress and continue to pursue the anti-American attacks from within…
And our enemies are patiently waiting as we get closer and closer to those moments just before the first plane hit the first WTC tower—- No, wait. Just before the first 9/11/01 terrorists boarded the plane(s) that were used in the 9/11 attacks…
Once we have achieved those early morning 9/11/01 moments they will strike us again. Count on it.
After all, the very first attack on the World Trade Center happened just eight years before the 9/11/01 attack. At 18 years past that date we have more than doubled the time, and quite nearly squashed any/all diligence as pedestrian Americans in this hyper PC era.
Remember, Islam has nothing to do with Muslim Allahu Akbar-screaming ‘lone wolf’ attacks here and around the world.
However, a lone shooter has everything to do with all law-abiding gun owners and defenders of America’s Second Amendment.
We will be attacked again.
Well, it is said we forget at least 50% of what we learn.
In this case we seem to be losing, bit by bit, 100% by the day.
And it is being demanded of us to forget.
Twitchy: If you didn’t think the New York Times was garbage before, check out this tweet for the anniversary of 9/11 … NY Times has since deleted the asinine tweet after backlash in replies. Idiots!
AoSHQ: 911 From Space…
Daniel Greenfield: Did We Learn Anything From 9/11? Or are we still sleeping?
DM: Death penalty trial date for men accused of planning 9/11 is finally set: Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other accomplices charged with plotting attacks that killed 2,976 people will be held at Guantanamo Bay in January 2021
Robert Spencer: Delayed by Obama, Trial of 9/11 Plotters Finally Set for 2021
KAROL MARKOWICZ: Save us from the pointless burdens of the TSA.
The Transportation Security Administration was established in the wake of 9/11, when Congress passed the Aviation and Transportation Security Act. Before that, private security agencies hired by the airlines handled security at the airports.
After the attacks, people demanded the government “do something” — and “something” is exactly what it did: It took over the role of airport security and bloated it to its current size, with more than 50,000 employees and a budget of more than $7 billion.
It’s now fully 18 years after 9/11. Perhaps it’s time to rethink our airport-security system and realize that what we implemented in our most fearful moments no longer serves us well.
For one thing, it doesn’t seem to work.