Tuesday, June 22, 2021

On Anniversary Of 9/11 Attacks, Leftists Trend Hashtag #AllBuildingsMatter. Social Media Blasts Them.


by Hank Berrien, Daily Wire:

On Friday, the 19th anniversary of the horrific day when nearly 3,000 Americans were murdered in attacks by Islamic terrorists who flew hijacked planes into the 110-story North and South Towers of the World Trade Center buildings in Manhattan, triggering them to collapse into fiery debris, leftists started a hashtag called #AllBuildingsMatter on Twitter mocking the hashtag #AllLivesMatter.

“On Friday morning, the phrase went viral as a hashtag on Twitter — with only #NeverForget trending higher in the US — sparking outrage by again comparing the horror of the nearly 3,000 killed on 9/11 to civil rights protests,” The New York Post reported.

Man charged with conspiring to hijack aircraft for brand-new 9/11 terror

from WND:

‘Reminds us of the deadly threat that radical Islamic terrorists continue to pose to our nation’

A federal indictment accuses a Kenyan national of getting pilot training and researching how to conduct a 9/11-type of attack on the United States at the direction of the Muslim terrorist group al-Shabaab.

The plot was halted when the Kenyan, Cholo Abdi Abdullah, was arrested, the Department of Justice said.

HuffPo Reporter: January 6 Riot ‘1000 Percent Worse’ than 9/11

by Hannah Bleau, Breitbart:

HuffPost reporter S.V. Dáte said the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol is “1000 percent worse” than the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, which resulted in the death of nearly 3,000 people, repeating the charge touted by many leftists in the weeks following the incident.

Dáte, the senior White House correspondent at HuffPost, originally responded to a detailed thread by the Washington Examiner’s Byron York, who attempted to add some perspective to the left’s desire to compare the two events.

The Technocrat Narrative Begins As FBI Director Likens Cyberattacks To 9/11

by Patrick Wood, Activist Post:

FBI Director Christopher Wray said the agency is investigating about 100 different types of ransomware, many of which trace back to hackers in Russia, and compared the current spate of cyberattacks with the challenge posed by the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

“There are a lot of parallels, there’s a lot of importance, and a lot of focus by us on disruption and prevention,” Mr. Wray said in an interview on Thursday. “There’s a shared responsibility, not just across government agencies but across the private sector and even the average American.”