Joe Biden: Today Is Not About The Past, Uses 9/11 To Allude Republicans Are A Threat

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First Hillary Clinton, now Joe Biden. Democrats are all parroting the same talking points regarding 9/11, these talking points are being used to shun Republicans and liken them to terrorists. 

Joe Biden expressly stated that “this day it is not about the past.” Every 9/11 Americans gather to memorialize those who were killed in the 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. 

The President continued, it is about the future. We have an obligation, a duty, a responsibility, to defend preserve and protect our democracy,” which is almost identical to the sentiments Biden gives in regards to dealing with Trump-affiliated Republicans. 

His speech on 9/11 comes just following another, now infamous speech where Biden called former President Donald Trump violent, extreme, and a “threat to democracy.” 

It seems quite obvious exactly what Joe is alluding to, and his speech strikes an eerily similar tone to Hillary Clinton’s CNN interview regarding 9/11’s 21st anniversary. 

Clinton went on about the lessons that 9/11 bears, and how they must be used today to address extremism in America today. 

She said, “We have also, I think, been reminded about how important it is to try to deal with extremism of any kind, especially when it uses violence to try to achieve political and ideological goals – So I’m one who thinks that there are lessons still to be learned from what happened to us on 9/11 that we should be very aware of during this time in our country and the world’s history.”

Nearly 3,000 people were killed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and only 21 years later, politicians who held office at this time are using the attacks to justify their twisted narrative to disenfranchise their opposition.

Clinton was actually serving in congress as a Senator for New York State when the towers fell. 

She recalled speaking to George W. Bush about what needed to be done in an effort to rebuild New York in the wake of the devastation.

Despite this, Clinton and Biden are now standing on the graves of 3,000 people in order to allude that their opposition may be terrorists.