Yesterday marked the sixteenth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, which left 2,977 people dead and thousands more injured. Despite the enormity of this attack, Barack Hussein Obama would regularly do as little as possible to acknowledge it when the anniversary would role around each year of his presidency. It was more important to him to not cast Muslims in a negative light than to actually honor the victims of this tragedy.
Freedom Daily reported that President Donald Trump, however, made it clear yesterday that he intends to approach the September 11th anniversary very differently.
“The terrorists who attacked us thought they could incite fear and weaken our spirit but America cannot be intimidated,” Trump said during Monday’s ceremony. “And those who try will soon join the long list of vanquished enemies who dared to test our mettle.”
“We mourn them, we honor then, and we pledge to never forget them,” Trump added while speaking at the Pentagon, which was one of the targets of the attack.
Trump went on to send a major message to terrorists all over the world, telling them that our military will continue to destroy the “horrible, horrible enemies” who backed the 9/11 terror attack, saying that their dirty deeds will not go unpunished.
President Trump described the 9/11 anniversary as “an occasion that is extraordinary, and it will always be extraordinary.”
It feels amazing to finally have a president again who treats the victims of the 9/11 attacks with the respect that they deserve.
God bless you, Donald Trump! And God bless the victims of 9/11!