While Obama Ruined Moment Of Silence, George W. Bush Showed How To REALLY Remember 9/11

How many times have liberals reminded us that they’ll never let a crisis go to waste? Even if it’s one their caused, it still allows them to opportunity to blame it on their opposition, and propose an array of “solutions” that’ll only worsen the problem (thereby furthering the need for more “solutions”).

Because of that, liberals are quick to make any tragedy about themselves. The fifteen anniversy of the September 11th attacks was last Sunday, and guess how liberals honored it. We reported earlier that “Clock Boy” Ahmed Mohamed decided to make it all about himself, posting about the “Islamophobia” he suffered for bringing what looked like a bomb to school.

Black Lives Matter too decided to hop on the Islamophobia bandwagon, again proving they’ll hop onto any liberal cause that doesn’t have anything to do with improving black lives. Most people are rightly outraged when some businesses this year had 9/11 themed promotions in observance of the holiday, as we all realize that profiting financially from the worst terror attack on U.S. soil is despicable. So why isn’t it any less distasteful when politicians exploit the tragedy to profit politically?

If you want to see what honoring those who lost their lives on 9/11 done right looks like, look no further than the man who was our President during those terrible attacks. As Western Journalism reported:

While NFL players across the league were boycotting the American flag and national anthem, those in Dallas — where five police officers were ambushed and murdered in July — were coming together to show their appreciation for the country.

While players across the league joined San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s protest on Sunday, every player in Dallas stood for the anthem.

The crowd also stood in unity as Bush and former first lady Laura Bush took the field for the coin toss.

The packed stadium then chanted “U.S.A.!”

When is the last time you saw Barack Obama bring people together like that? I believe the correct answer is “never.”

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