Tree That Survived 9/11 Becomes A Symbol Of Resilience

A tree found in the rubble on ground zero survived and was replanted. It is now a symbol of the resilience throughout the U.S. after the tragic events of 9/11. 
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    1. @Mark Evans But if he does, imagine how far his brain will have deteriorated. It’ll be funny. I’d for him just for the laugh. However, he might become one of those mean and racist dementia people. That would be fun too

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  1. What’s the species of the tree? Because as all libs know oaks, maples, and birch are all born with privilege. Let’s hope it’s an elm. It can be a role model for other elms.

  2. It would be nice for one day September 11 that there is no hateful angry comments between people with opposing views of politics .

    1. I wish so too… But that us just not the country we live in anymore.
      America has changed over the past 20 years and pretty much all, not for the better.

  3. It was a Patriotic romantic narrative of passengers on flight 93 fighting back. Maybe they did. But a U.S. pilot shot the plane down with a sparrow missile.

  4. They need to send a seedling to Gander. Gander WAS the survivor tree for 7,000 people. And it’s become the symbol of Operation Yellow Ribbon, that last minute rescue that Canada just jumped into with barely a second thought. Besides, Gander’s seen its share of tragedy. An American flight crashed outside the town decades ago, and there was nothing anyone could do.

  5. You know this is making all these reports sick, now they have to praise law-enforcement and the military… remember last year…I can’t wait to hear Joy Reid lol Oh My Lord the acting that psycho is gonna have to do now…

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