An off-script moment that took place during the 9/11 tribute ceremony is not getting the attention that it rightfully deserves. The offspring of a 9/11 victims has called on House and Senate Democrats to stop using the terror attack, of which claimed the lives of over 3,000 people and growing, in their “political theater.”

Nicholas Haros, whose mother lost her life on that fateful September 11, was one of the many volunteers designated to read the names of the victims at Ground Zero in the Tuesday tribute. After reading the names he was assigned to cite, Haros slammed Democrats Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Senator Corey Booker (D-NJ) as well as a member of the media for using the tragedy as “props.”

“And one more thing, if I may,” said Haros while interrupting the “wrap-it-up” music. “This year, a Representative of the House referred to our loss as just another incident. This year, a network commentator said the President’s performance in Helsinki was a traitorous act, as was 9/11. And last week, a Senator attacked a Supreme Court nominee and called him racist for alleged comments after 9/11”,” said Haros.

“Stop. Stop,” Haros pleaded with Democrats. “Please stop using the bones and ashes of our loved ones as props in your political theater. Their lives, sacrifices, and deaths are worth so much more. Let’s not trivialize them, or us. It hurts.”

The irrational comparisons that Democrats use with regard to President Trump are not in short supply, just look to Hollywood. Michael Moore is planning to release a movie that compares President Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler.

Comparing President Trump to Adolf Hitler only detracts from the evils that Adolf Hitler perpetrated. Sure, it makes a great soundbite for 20% of the Democrat base but the vast majority of Americans find these comparisons detestable and detached from reality.

Joe Scarborough actually decided to use today, the day we remember the victims of 9/11, to launch an irate and inane column in which he claims President Trump “is damaging the dream of America more than any terrorist attack ever could.” The entire column was about what Joe Scarborough thinks voters should do in the November mid-term elections.

On a day in which most Americans aim to remember those who died on September 11, 2001, Joe Scarborough only remembered to talk about himself and his hatred for the President of the United States.

 

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