President Biden was booed when arrived to attend 9/11 Memorial Ceremony in New York City
President Biden was booed at the Saturday 9/11 memorial ceremony, video posted on social media shows.
President “Laughing Stock” Biden has a tendency to get into awkward situations and the Saturday event was not an exception.
Biden on what he’s thinking about on 9/11:— Jewish Deplorable (@TrumpJew2) September 12, 2021
“What would the people who died be thinking? They think it makes sense to be doing this kinda thing where you ride down the street and see a sign that says ‘F so-and-so’?” pic.twitter.com/gbOPWrxajd
A short video posted on twitter shows president greeted with “boos” from a small crowd as Biden jogged to some children.
Biden is booed at 9/11 memorial event in NYC pic.twitter.com/qmkvMWPuTb— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) September 12, 2021
Video appears to show Biden getting booed at 9/11 Memorial today pic.twitter.com/gIc06IU6Ye— Jack Posobiec ???????? (@JackPosobiec) September 11, 2021
One man off-camera can be heard yelling shameful comments over Biden’s handling the problems with Afghanistan. The other people can be heard telling him not to “sniff” the children.
.@JoeBiden’s Afghanistan withdrawal was intended to provide him with ideal optics & political victory on the 20th anniversary of 9/11- instead he got booed & warned not to sniff family members at the NYC memorial service…every cloud has a silver liningpic.twitter.com/6a1uDA1pKQ— DrConservaMom???????????????? (@ConservaMomUSA) September 12, 2021
"Twenty years ago, nearly 3,000 lives were cut short by an unspeakable act of cowardice and hatred on 9/11. As a nation, we must never forget those we lost during one of the darkest moments in our history and the enduring pain of their families and loved ones," Biden said in a statement on Twitter.
Twenty years ago, nearly 3,000 lives were cut short by an unspeakable act of cowardice and hatred on 9/11. As a nation, we must never forget those we lost during one of the darkest moments in our history and the enduring pain of their families and loved ones.— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) September 11, 2021
We never forget.— President Biden (@POTUS) September 11, 2021
We never forget the children who have grown up without parents. Parents who have suffered without children. Husbands and wives who had to find a way forward without their partners. Brothers, sisters, loved ones.
Jill and I hold you close in our hearts. pic.twitter.com/ydppFkpV4y
After attending the ceremony at the Ground Zero, Joe Biden with his wife Jill visited two other sites of the September 11th terrorist attacks, including Pentagon.
The President and the First Lady then left New York City for Shankville, Pennsylvania, where Joe laid a wreath at a National Memorial wall with the names of the victims of the Flight 93.
NOW: @VP Kamala Harris and @SecondGentleman Emhoff have arrived in Pennsylvania. Accompanying the Second Family in the motorcade to The Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville is former President George W Bush. pic.twitter.com/pfL7YNEJCH— Tim Perry (@tperry518) September 11, 2021
A ceremony and a fifth moment of silence is held in Shanksville, Pa. for the victims of Flight 93 that crashed in a field on September 11th, 2001. pic.twitter.com/LsM8CjoVeg— Newsmax (@newsmax) September 11, 2021
President Biden lays a wreath at the memorial site in Shanksville, PA pic.twitter.com/SgYJ8kAoDT— The Hill (@thehill) September 11, 2021