With A “Plea Deal” Coloring The Upcoming 9/11 Anniversary, Departing From Tradition, Biden Plans To Observe The Day In Alaska

 August 31, 2023

In a departure from tradition, the White House announced this week, that President Biden will observe the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, in Alaska, not any of the three attack sites. Biden's decision marks the first time, that a president memorializes 9/11 at a location other than the White House or an attack site.

This decision comes after the families of 9/11 victims, enraged over a possible plea deal for the suspects in custody, wrote to Biden asking that he allow them to go to trial without a plea bargain. Reportedly, more than 2,000 family members of those killed in the 9/11 attacks said in a letter, that without a trial, it would

"continue to keep the information provided to his [Mohammed] legal team — information that no doubt would shed light on the identity of the 9/11 conspirators — secret and hidden not only from the 9/11 Families but from the American public."

-Collective letter from 2000+, 9/11 Victims Family Members

Biden will travel to a military base in Alaska, on Monday, Sept. 11, where he will mark the 22nd anniversary of the attacks in a memorial ceremony with members of the military and their families. On Monday, Biden’s  plans were released by White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.

Explaining that the president will travel to Alaska to mark the somber occasion, the White House said, he will go there following his Sept. 10 trip to Hanoi, Vietnam. He pans to meet with Vietnamese General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and other leaders to discuss technological innovation and climate change, in an effort to bolster the two nations' relationship. It would seem that Biden is fitting in, marking the occasion, after his other stops to discuss his policies abroad.

With so little effort on his part to personally acknowledge the severity of 9/11, it is little wonder that the 2000+ family members who wrote to him are feeling “betrayed” by his general neglect. Instead, he is spreading out the available family and VP Harris, in a seeming show of 9/11 solidarity.

Reportedly, while Biden participates in 9/11 ceremonies in Alaska, First Lady Jill Biden will lay a wreath at the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial in Arlington, Virginia. Also, Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband, Doug Emhoff will mark the occasion in a commemoration ceremony at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum in New York City.

On every other 9/11 anniversary, presidents have commemorated the day at the White House or traveled to at least one of the three attack sites in New York City, northern Virginia and Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Such as former President George W. Bush, in 2005 who participated in a ceremony on the White House lawn and former President Barack Obama, who participated in a moment of silence on the White House lawn before traveling to Maryland's Fort Meade in 2015.

Hauntingly, Sept. 11 also represents the date in 2021 that Biden announced was the targeted date, he would order the Department of Defense to withdraw all remaining U.S. troops from Afghanistan by.  Ultimately, Biden's Afghanistan withdrawal ended in disaster in August of 2021, after a terrorist attack killed 13 American service members protecting the Kabul, Afghanistan, airport where the U.S. and allies conducted a desperately chaotic evacuation effort.

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