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September 11, 2019

September 11, 2019

On Wednesday’s Mark Levin Show, The 9/11 attack on the continental U.S was the most violent attack waged against us in American History. Osama Bin Laden organized it, Al Qaeda executed it, and Afghanistan gave these terrorists safe passage and refuge and that is why we’re at war there 18 years later. It’s not helpful or necessary to trash John Bolton over policy disagreements. Speaking as a patriotic American that cares for our troops should not be considered being a warmonger, while Sen. Rand Paul parades around as a go-between for Iran’s dictatorial regime. After the slaughter of our fellow Americans, should we invite and meet with the terrorist group responsible for this? No. Imagine if an experienced National Security Advisor like John Bolton was in office at the end of the Clinton Administration or early in the Bush 43 Administration. Then, in 1983 Iranian-funded terrorists in Beirut, Lebanon killed 241 American military service members as they slept in their barracks, this attack gave rise to Hezbollah.

THIS IS FROM:

Military Times
Iran killed more US troops in Iraq than previously known, Pentagon says

Daily Signal
The 1983 Marine Barracks Bombing: Connecting the Dots (2009)

Reuters
N.Korea carried out super-large multiple rocket launcher test on Tuesday –KCNA

Real Clear Politics
Rand Paul: Threat Of War Is Much Lower With John Bolton Out Of The White House

Bospar
Bospar Study: Nearly All Americans Are Troubled by the Current State of the Media

Daily Caller
The Media Has A Problem Covering 9/11

Daily Wire
Democrats ‘Coaching’ Migrants During Secret Mexico Trips, Leaked Letter Alleges

Newsbusters
NBC Announces New ‘Climate Unit’ and ‘Climate in Crisis’ Series

Bloomberg
Trump Faces Dozens of Investigations by House Democrats

Right Scoop
CNN uses 9/11 anniversary to explain how “Right-Wing” terrorism is BIGGER THREAT than Islamic terrorism

Washington free Beacon
Son of 9/11 Victim Criticizes Omar at Ground Zero Ceremony

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