Never Forget, Never Forgive


Fifteen years ago today, at this very minute, Islamic terrorists flew American Airlines Flight 11 into the North Tower of the World Trade Center. By the end of the day, four airliners were down and 2,977 people were slaughtered.

Fifteen years later, far too many Americans have forgotten. Not the incident, mind you, but the sense of sadness, anger, and helplessness which shrouded the day’s events. Our country is more divided than ever before.

Fifteen years later, the American president cannot bring himself to utter the words “Islamic terrorism.” Fifteen years later, Americans are making excuses for Islamic terrorism; and in many cases, blaming the victims. Muslims are the most protected class in America, especially those with radical views.

Fifteen years later, professional athletes are disrespecting the American flag on 9-11, and 9-11 “truthers” are given a voice, instead of being publicly shunned.

Fifteen years later, the American president has virtually ended the fight against al Qaeda and ISIS, while giving Iran – the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism – the first installment ($400 million) of a $1.7 billion settlement. The administration is now complicit in the funding of international terror.

What will America look like fifteen years from now?

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