9/11 Forgotten After 20 Years
By Rick Hayes
Think back to the pain and anger Americans felt on September 11, 2001. And remember how unified the country was and how vigilant the nation became trying to prevent future terrorist plots.
Absolute proof that our government has forgotten the horrific lessons learned on 9/11 can be clearly observed in President Biden's position on the southern border.
Can any American imagine what the response would be if, on September 12, 2001, then-President Bush declared the southern border wide open? Aside from utter disbelief in the policy, Americans would rightly suspect that Bush had lost his mind.
But today, 20 years after innocent Americans jumped to their deaths, Biden continues to demand that hundreds of thousands of unvetted individuals from across the globe be allowed to pour through the southern border and be transported throughout the country. And the media, who covered the 9/11 attacks, fully supports this position.
At the same time, due to the new Biden refugee policy, hundreds of thousands of Afghanistan refugees will be joining the one hundred thousand unvetted Afghanistan refugees already in this country.
This moment will be remembered for three significant reasons. First, between two to three million illegal immigrants will enter the country by the summer of 2022, Republican candidates will not have a reasonable chance of winning any future elections.
Second, there will be small and large-scale terrorist attacks inside the country by individuals that entered through the southern border. And third, thousands of Americans will be killed by overdosing on the powerful synthetic opioid Fentanyl being trucked in by the ton through the open southern border.
There is no way America will survive this open-border policy, just as the Afgan people who assisted America in her 20-year war will not survive Taliban rule.