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We will never forget

I will never forget one of the most horrible days in the history of the United States.

On September 11, 2001, we were ruthlessly attacked by Muslim terrorists, and nearly 3,000 Americans lost their lives.

It was a day of terror and fear, but it was also day of heroism. We will never forget the sacrifices made by the First Responders. They went into the towers when so many of us were running out.

In order to really honor those who perished, we must unify like we did on September 12, 2001. We were ALL Americans. We waved American flags and put them on our cars. We were proud to be American.

We learned from 9/11, but I am not sure that Biden, Obama, or the Left/Democrats in general have learned the lessons from 9/11/2001.

Case in point: Biden has funded a radical Islamic terrorist state by leaving behind $85 billion in military equipment. And let's not forget that Obama funded Iran with $150 billion.

We will never forget, but many in the Democratic Party have a pre-9/11 mindset, which is dangerous to this country.

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