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Nicholas Haros Jr.: “Today I am here to respond to you exactly who did what to whom…”

Moral High Ground…

“Madam, objectively speaking we know who and what was done, there is no uncertainty about that … 19 Islamic terrorist members of al Qaeda killed over 3,000 people.”

Townhall: Wow: Speaker at 9/11 Ceremony in New York Calls Out Ilhan Omar

NYPost: 9/11 victim’s son blasts Ilhan Omar at Ground Zero memorial service

PJM: 9/11 Victim’s Son Blasts Ilhan Omar During Ground Zero Memorial Ceremony

Twitchy: POWERFUL: Man who lost his mom on 9/11 calls out Ilhan Omar over ‘some people did something’ at the WTC memorial

Bravo, sir. Some applause was heard, more than once, in the gathering.

Nicholas Haros Jr. in his 2018 911 memorial remarks: “Stop using the bones and ashes of our loved ones as props in your political theater. Their lives, sacrifices and death are worth so much more. Let’s not trivialize them of us. It hurts.”

I imagine some MSM sniping and doxxing is ahead for Mr. Haros.

Meanwhile…

A really good (long) read I found on sci-fi novelist, and opinion writer, Sarah A. Hoyt’s blog

Tom Kendall: The Side-Takers

The event was horrific. It’s impossible not to feel at a gut level that I’d turn it back and stop it all from happening if I could. It shocked the American psyche, we still don’t know if reparably. We lost thousands of irreplaceable young men, among the best our nation had, in the war that followed. I’m not glad it happened. I wish there was another way to test us, and maybe in another world there was.

But what happened also happened. Having a catastrophe befall you and learning nothing, taking nothing at all from it, isn’t one tragedy, it’s two. What we got was a chance to glimpse the truth about our slow cultural erosion. That was almost harder for us to face up to. Sometimes I wonder if we’ll see it through, or if we’ll chicken out halfway and even that terrible sacrifice on a clear September morning in 2001 will be in vain. I really hope not, but I guess we’ll see…

Please take the time to read the whole thing.

And while we are remembering those we lost on 9-11 and those first responders who continue to die since their recovery and clean-up efforts at ground zero, let’s not forget those loyal K-9s whose help was indispensable.

Twitchy: Meet the hero service dogs of 9/11

YouTube (6/6/16): Video of the last 9/11 search and rescue dog, Bretagne (pronounced “Brittany”) walking into the vet’s office for the last time with a hero’s salute. She would have turned 17 in August…

The asinine Left…

Twitchy: ‘This ain’t it, chief’: Nation contributor’s 9/11 retrospective is already a ‘front runner for worst take of the day’

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