Gen. Milley Honors 9/11 Victims, Families At Pentagon On 20th Anniversary 1

Gen. Milley Honors 9/11 Victims, Families At Pentagon On 20th Anniversary

 

Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, paid tribute to those that died at the Pentagon during the attacks on 9/11 on the 20th anniversary.

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34 comments

  1. Just for one day can you all put politics aside. This is a day for remembrance and I find it disrespectful that you just can’t one day off to show respect to those died on this most horrific.
    Save your political rederrick for another day.

    1. They can’t help it. The right-wing trolls are consumed with unreasoning hatred. Fortunately, they are rapidly going extinct.

    2. @Tessmage Tessera Let’s hope so, because these comment sections (this one hasn’t been too bad) are often quite vile and disgusting with their hate and deflection, vitriol, and gaslighting. In fact, I’m pretty sure many rightwing comments are coming from a very dark, deeply- disturbed mindset.

    3. @Tessmage Tessera ummmm…go look at the comment section under President Bush’s speech in PA this morning. Democrats are doing exactly the same thing, so maybe stop pointing fingers.

    4. @Tessmage Tessera the irony of you implying that trolling only comes from the right while agreeing with the original post. Fact!

  2. “Every Kingdom divided against itself is brought tp desolation, and every city or house divided against itself shall not stand”, Jesus Christ
    “A House divided against itself cannot stand”, Abraham Lincoln
    “A Nation divided against itself cannot stand”. Sam Huston
    Words that have been repeated throughout History. Words well worth listening to and believing.

    1. TRUMP the Destroyer the anti Christian anti AMERICAN anti democracy man . Put out a DISGUSTING message on this sad day

  3. Watch “Turning point 9/11” its a really good documentary on not only what happened, but behind the scenes too. It may be rough, but it reminds us what happened, and why it happened. God bless America. We must never forget, and always try to find a way to understand, so it won’t happen again.

    1. @Chaos you should really watch that documentary though. Seriously, there’s a lot of behind the scenes information that is really interesting.

    2. @J. Noble Can. We. Not. Just. Have. A. Time. To. Honor. The. People. Died. On this. Day?
      Why don’t they deserve that? Why couldn’t

    3. @Greenman96 Evitt This is sickening. the people who died on 9/11 deserves just one day to be honored and remembered. But this country is so far gone we don’t have that much decency anymore.

    4. @Optimus Grime it’s a different freaking day! Could you just be decent enount to the the dead from 9/11 a day? Just one day? Smh.

    5. @Maryella Rose I do respect this day, all I was suggesting was to watch that documentary about 9/11. Its important to remember the scale of what happened and how scared, and mad, and traumatized everybody was.

  4. May we once again feel love for our fellow countrymen and be united as one against our enemies. That’s how we honor the fallen.

    1. All wars are B a n k e r s Wars used to bankrupt Nations=creating debt for profit and to steal Natural Resources. Soldiers are lied to and sacrificed for The FederaIReserve&the con-artists sociopath B a n k e r s. Honor Veterans by learning the truth

  5. I was off work on 9/11/01. I’d fallen asleep with my TV on. As I started to wake up I thought there was an action movie playing. My friend called me on the Nextel to ask if I’d seen what was happening in NY. I sat up, rubbing the sleep out of my eyes and realized a plane had hit the tower. Then the second plane hit and the whole world changed.

  6. Everyone remembers where they were that day. Those who were old enough. That was one of those days that “couldn’t happen.” We look back at historical events such as Hitler and WW2. Bet those people back then thought “how could this be happening?”. Here we are today, 20 years later. A world pandemic, government forcing injections, media bias and tech corporations controlling information. All combined yields the makings of another event “that couldnt possibly happen in today’s civilized society.” Until it does. Just notice who is always protected and who is always vulnerable. And who acts selflessly and at great personal risk to help others.

  7. This man is truly a credit to the military and to us all. He has worked to keep us safe and living our freedoms, and continues to do so. Thank you for your truthfulness and conviction in maintaining the right of democracy.

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