President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris made the rounds on Saturday to mark the 20th anniversary of the most horrific, jihadist-led terrorist attack in America’s history, and many believe that our two leaders missed the mark, big time.
Instead of focusing solely on the victims, the families of the victims, and the legendary first responder heroes who gave it all on that horrific day, both Biden and Harris seemed to spend much of their time trashing Americans and victimizing Muslims in a disgusting display of wokeness that was obviously aimed at appeasing their base, as Breitbart reported.
Harris seemed to not waste any time at all getting to the part of her speech in which she slammed Americans for “targeting” Muslims in the wake of the terrorist attacks.
“We saw after 9/11 how fear can be used to sow division in our nation,” the vice president said. “Sikhs and Muslim-Americans were targeted because of how they looked and how they worshiped.”
“We had differences of opinion in 2001 as we do in 2021. And I believe, that in America, our diversity is our strength.”
Vice President Kamala Harris comments on unity in America at the 9/11 memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. pic.twitter.com/NuaX02vD8h
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) September 11, 2021
While Harris acknowledged the heroes of Flight 93 and other aspects of that day which should be forever honored, the main takeaway from her speech focused on discrimination and other woke subjects that would have been better off saved for a progressive rally, and not as part of a speech to remember Sept. 11.
In a pre-recorded video speech from the president, which isn’t surprising given his lack of ability to deliver a speech without absolutely hacking it to pieces, Biden sprinkled in plenty of woke activism as well.
“We also witnessed the dark forces of human nature. Fear and anger. Resentment and violence against Muslim-Americans — true and faithful followers of a peaceful religion,” the president said.
Politics aside, it’s truly a shame that our leaders couldn’t manage to put the narratives away for even a single day. It’s no wonder why they’re so unbelievably unpopular and disliked.