Trump Pays Tribute To Heroes Of Flight 93

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A solemn President Donald Trump paid tribute here Tuesday to the late passengers of Flight 93, who on Sept. 11, 2001, disrupted the plan of terrorists to crash one of their hijacked planes into the U.S. Capitol.

Trump said the fallen had “joined the immortal ranks of American heroes.”

“They attacked the enemy,” he said. “They fought until the very end. And they stopped the forces of terror and defeated this wicked, horrible, evil plan.”

Hundreds of people gathered under gray skies on a chilly morning to pay remembrance to the 33 passengers, seven crew members and one unborn child who perished when Flight 93 slammed into an open field here 17 years ago.

They dressed in windbreakers and sweatshirts and jeans and baseball caps and sat in white folding chairs in the muddy field. Some sported Trump campaign gear, including red “Make America Great Again” baseball hats, while others donned black-and-yellow Pittsburgh Steelers paraphernalia.

“Today all of America wraps up and joins together,” Trump said from a covered stage that had been set up for him to deliver remarks and join in the observance. “We close our arms to help you shoulder your pain and to carry your great, great sorrow. Your tears are not shed alone, for they are shared grief with an entire nation.”

The president noted the final parts of a memorial on the site that was dedicated this week: Standing 93 feet tall, it includes 40 chimes.

During his remarks, Trump relayed the story of the wife of one of the victims, who had asked officials to find her husband’s wedding ring at the crash site. It took months, but the ring, inscribed with “all my love,” was eventually found and returned.

“America will never forget what your loved ones did for all of us,” Trump told the audience from a lectern bearing the presidential seal.

Six flags, including the Stars and Stripes, stood behind the lectern, marking the nationalities of those who died. There were also two blue signs, one reading “A Common Field One Day” and the other “A Field of Honor Forever.”

A boulder marking the spot where the plane crashed into the field stood in the distance beyond the stage.

Trump’s remarks, on a morning when ceremonies were also held in New York and at the Pentagon outside Washington, largely reflected the tone of the other events. But the day included several discordant moments.

 

Trump’s tweets show him signing a proclamation to honor victims of the 2001 terrorist attacks and another praised the leadership of Rudy Giuliani, then the mayor of New York, for his response.

“His leadership, bravery and skill must never be forgotten. Rudy is a TRUE WARRIOR!” Trump wrote of Giuliani, who is serving as a personal attorney to Trump amid the special counsel investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Trump later posted a tweet showing his departure from the White House and another that read: “17 years since September 11th!”

(c) 2018, The Washington Post ยท David Nakamura, John Wagner

{Matzav.com}

9 COMMENTS

  1. “Heroes of flight 93” huh? The original mainstream narrative was that cellphone calls were made from the plane and passengers stormed into the cockpit. You don’t hear this narrative anymore because in 2001 it was not possible to make cellphones from a plane yet and such planes didn’t even have phones yet. So the narrative has changed since then.

    And they found the cockpit voice recording but no luggage and no bodies were found. This flight 93 story fits well with the narrative of aluminum planes smashing into steel structures and then causing the entire 1,368 and 1,362 feet buildings, 110 floors, collapsed and turned into dust in 102 minutes. Good story for the sheeple.

    • So lemaaseh how did the buildings come down? Even if you want to say that explosives were lined throughout the entire building, how did no one leak or find out such information? What’s the connection between where the planes supposedly hit/entered the building and the rest of the building falling down? How did every single explosive go off without a hitch? Not one thing malfunctioned? So Sep.11 had nothing to do with Arabs? Nothing to do with Saudi Arabians? Just a couple of bitter FBI agents? The clandestine plan had to be the most brilliant ingenious one in the history of the world. These guys put Albert Einstein to shame. And to know that the dummy Bush was behind the whole thing, is absurd.

      • False flags do not happen spontaneously. Lots of preparations and calculations are spent days, weeks and months in advance. Read up about the 9/11 false flags (as well as other false flags) and all your questions will be resolved. (Now that Google has censored and deleted many true articles that might wake up the sheeple (known to fake media as conspiracy theories), it might be a bit difficult for you to get the hang of what is actually happening in the corrupt government.

    • Nebbach. I really pity you. You are living in a fantasy world of conspiracy and denial. You are insulting the people who lost their lives in this vicious terrorist attack.

      • Nobody, nobody and nobody is denying that thousands of people who were in the buildings lost their lives. They’re only denying the government lies and propaganda how their lives were lost. One has to be a real fool not to believe the truth (which is so logical and makes so much sense), known to fake news who don’t want you to open your brains as conspiracy. How much longer will it take “you” to see the truth? When will you wake up?

    • according to your mentality and what you can handle. If you can’t handle much, stay with mainstream fairy tales they force down your throats.

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