President Biden’s 9/11 weekend was an unusual combination of awkward shout-outs, getting booed and heckled, and being hilariously trolled by pre-teen children in pro-Trump gear.
While in Shanksville with Jill Biden to commemorate the heroism of Flight 93, Biden couldn’t resist a quick photo-op with the kids.
“This is even more humiliating than him getting booed at the WTC memorial,” Human Events senior editor Jack Posobiec noted.
There is a lot going on in this photo. These three heroes were in on the epic Trump ‘photo bomb.’
This young lady was the most direct. Her bright red hat says simply: “Trump.”
Then there was a bit sneakier troll with the blue lid that said “Make America Great Again.”
But of course, the funniest gear goes to this young lad, who went with the Trump-themed “I’ll Be Back” T-shirt.
Lest you refuse to believe that this cannot be real, here is another angle.
Unfortunately, Creepy Joe Biden is going to do Creepy Joe Biden things. He just couldn’t keep his hands to himself. Nothing new there.
Thus, President Biden earned his booing at the 9/11 anniversary ceremony at Ground Zero in New York City, which happened earlier in the day.
The booing and cursing at Biden followed upon more disgraceful behavior at a solemn event.
President Biden did not deliver formal remarks on the solemn occasion. He did, however, deliver a video statement on the 9/11 attacks that blamed Americans for ‘Islamophobia.’
“We also witnessed the dark forces of human nature. Fear and anger. Resentment and violence against Muslim-Americans — true and faithful followers of a peaceful religion,” Biden said.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump was greated with cheers at a surprise visit to FDNY firefighters and NYPD officers on Saturday.
Trump posed with the firefighters and officers.
Donald Trump also spoke to the NYPD and the FDNY.
The reaction of the police officers and firefighters show that the former president is still beloved, despite the smears and lies from the mainstream media.
The contrast with the reception that Joe Biden received in New York City and in Shanksville, Pennsylvania couldn’t be more clear.
The children represent the American spirit of independent thinking and love of country. Not all heroes wear capes.
Author: Kyle Becker