See Vice President Kamala Harris' Speech On 9/11 Anniversary 1

See Vice President Kamala Harris’ Speech On 9/11 Anniversary

Vice President Kamala Harris delivered a speech in Shanksville, Pa., honoring the heroes of United Airlines Flight 93 on the 20th anniversary of 9/11.

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43 comments

    1. Camel toe is not sincere about this or anything! Only the power excites this witch! She locked up more Blacks than any prosecutor in the country! She AINT Black at all! A poser snd a fake human being!

    1. @Chaos Biden checked his watch once.BTW this is about 9/11 can you not be a decent human being and say a pray for these lost souls.

    1. Continued thoughts and prayers for the families of the victims. And also thoughts and prayers for the religious bigot liberals for they know not what they do.

    1. @maria schultz
      That’s exactly the attitude that America doesn’t need. Take some time off from YouTube and grow up.

  1. I was in 6th grade when we all watched what unfolded on TV. I knew it was a very dark day but still too young to realize the aftermath of what would happen afterwards. I remind myself everyday how we are blessed to still walk, breath, and have what we have here in America. God bless the USA, and God bless the families that have gone through that grim dark day of 9/11.
    Peace to all the survivors.

  2. On 9/11, I was bringing a crew of newbies back in to our office, in Hannover. I had been training them to technological honesty, in helping people transfer from the old German monopolist (now Telecom), to Arcor’s fiber-optic network. I knew our Mom was headed to Germany for a family visit, but wasn’t sure of the day.
    A glimpse of the TV in the bar below showed me a burning tower I knew. I booted the kids upstairs, called my boss/friend (to take care of them) on my cell, and shot in to the bar. Watched both towers come down, while hearing of flights from Logan. Burned up the lines to my Aunt, until she finally told me her older Sister had arrived safely, the day before.
    Friendship is a real thing. Čüneyt closed the office, had me sit down, and cried with me, about all the lives lost to idiocy.

  3. We will forever remember those lost in this tragedy. Heartfelt thanks for the heroic action and sacrifice of those who came forward

  4. I was 10 years old when this happened. It’s absolutely wild to think this was 20 years ago. The small elementary school I went to chose not to tell us and instead called all our parents to allow them the opportunity to explain to us what happened when we got home. I couldn’t wrap my head around this heinous act at 10 and I still can’t at 30.

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