As President Joe Biden was booed and seemed to yell at someone while pulling his mask down, former President Trump visited the New York Police Department. Trump hasn’t ever only attended public events. He goes and meets with the people who matter. They are the people who put their lives on the line every day to ensure that we are all safe. When it mattered most, Trump spoke to the troops in Afghanistan and made impromptu trips to Cemeteries and businesses to ensure that the American people knew that he cared. It’s the small things that matter.
During the 9/11 memorial, Biden didn’t even give a live speech. He had a pre-recorded speech that he released rather than speak to the American people at the event. Why? Nobody knows. Biden probably couldn’t handle the pressure without messing up his speech. As former President Barack Obama said, “Don’t underestimate Joe’s ability to f*** things up.”
As our “spacey-eyed” president gave it all to send out an edited video of his commemoration of 9/11 and call for unity for the country, where’s that unity when he says we’re in a “pandemic of the unvaccinated?”
The video is altered. As Biden goes from one phase to another, the audio is slightly different, meaning that the video wasn’t filmed in one take. Parts of the video show Biden’s hands moving and seem congruent to the video clip before the camera angle changes, but many features show Biden standing still, as he was probably instructed to do. His handlers decided this was the best way for a sitting president to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 Twin Towers attack that killed 3,000 people that led to a war that also killed thousands? Was it the best they had?
Meanwhile, George W. Bush threatened American extremists by comparing them to the Taliban. The former president was in office during the 9/11 tragedy and had the ability and responsibility to unite Americans during his speech but chose not to. His words cut deep to the patriotic Americans who have been labeled extremists for their views on firearms, vaccinations, freedom of speech, and election integrity. Without ever being a White supremacist, America’s leaders are grouping every constitutional conservative in the same way and dividing our country even more. The only problem is, they used to ostracize the far right and far left, but they’re targeting the middle right conservatives that believe that America is still the great nation it once was.
On the flip side, Trump knows how bad the 9/11 attacks were because he was in New York City during the attack and clean up. Trump doesn’t hold back, and when he released a video commemorating the emergency service workers, it wasn’t scripted, it wasn’t edited together, and it sure as hell came from the heart. His decision not to attend the event and meet with first responders shows who he values. Trump doesn’t care about high-class politicians who are paid to attend events they care nothing about. He cares about the everyday Americans that are making other people’s lives better.