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In early August, before the chaos of President Biden’s “successful” airlift operation, it was reported by NBC News, that a group of victims’ families didn’t want Biden to attend the 20th-anniversary ceremonies at the three memorial sites – The Pentagon, Ground Zero in New York City, and Shanksville, PA.
Nearly 1,800 Americans directly affected by the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks are opposing President Joe Biden’s participation in any memorial events this year unless he upholds his pledge to declassify U.S. government evidence that they believe may show a link between Saudi Arabian leaders and the attacks.
Should we believe that many of the 9/11 victim families who had later this August watched the chaos and reckless way that Biden extracted some but not all Americans, extracted thousands of unvetted Afghans, and left thousands of NATO nationals behind in the country, now feel even better of Joe Biden and his pending arrival at the 9/11 memorial sites?