Biden’s 9/11 Appearance Doesn’t Go As Planned

Sleepy Joe Biden had a rough weekend.

On top of getting booed on the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks in New York City, he committed the ultimate act of disrespect by balking at concerns of a resurgence of Al Qaeda.

Biden appeared at the Flight 93 Memorial in Skanksville, Pennsylvania — the location where 33 brave passengers and seven crew members lost their lives after thwarting Islamic terrorists from flying a plane into the White House or Capitol Building, which reportedly were their next targets. There, Biden admitted it’s likely Al Qaeda would resurge.

“If you would have told anybody that we were going to spend $300 million bucks a day for 20 years to try to unite the country after we got [Osama] bin Laden, after Al Qaeda was wiped out there— can Al Qaeda come back?” Biden was asked.

His response was mocking, snide, snarky, and infuriating:

Biden’s admission contradicted what he said just weeks ago. In defending the botched Afghanistan withdrawal, Biden described the mission there as a success.

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby later contradicted Biden.

Meanwhile, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin admitted Thursday that Al Qaeda could make resurgence in Afghanistan, and the Biden administration is merely employing a “wait and see” approach.

“I think the whole community is kind of watching to see what happens and whether or not Al Qaeda has the ability to regenerate in Afghanistan. The nature of al Qaeda and ISIS-K is that, you know, they will always attempt to find space to grow and regenerate, whether it’s there, whether it’s in Somalia, whether it’s in any other ungoverned space.”

While walking with former Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama at the 9/11 Memorial in New York City, Biden stopped to speak with someone who appeared to be a supporter of his.

This is when the crowd went crazy, erupting in boos, taunts, and invectives.

“You’re a mug for what you did to Afghanistan,” one man yelled.

“Terrible! Terrible!”

Another person yelled, “Don’t sniff ’em.”

Meanwhile, in the same city, Former President Donald Trump spoke boldly on the anniversary of 9/11, paying tribute to the brave first responders, and giving numerous heartfelt speeches.

Author: Asa McCue