Two Families who lost their fathers in 9/11 blast Joe Biden for ‘betrayal’ after marking anniversary in Alaska.

Two Families who lost their fathers in 9/11 blast Joe Biden for ‘betrayal’ after marking anniversary in Alaska.

9/11 Families Express Anger at Biden’s Absence

Matt Bocchi and Brett Eagleson, both of whom lost their fathers in the 9/11 attacks, are strongly condemning President Joe Biden for marking the anniversary of the tragic event in Alaska, considering it a “betrayal” and a “slap in the face” to the victims’ families. This year’s anniversary commemorates the 22nd anniversary of the attacks that claimed the lives of 2,977 individuals.

A Painful Reminder of 9/11

Matt Bocchi, who lost his father in the North Tower of the World Trade Center, has vivid memories of being in the same building during a work Christmas party just nine months before the attacks. He recalls the building swaying in the wind as a young child. Tragically, his father was in the North Tower when one of the planes struck, and he did not survive. Bocchi’s poignant memories serve as a painful reminder of the 9/11 tragedy.

Biden’s Controversial Decision

President Joe Biden’s decision to mark the anniversary in Alaska rather than at one of the three 9/11 crash sites has sparked outrage among the families of the victims. This deviation from tradition is seen as a betrayal and has elicited strong criticism. Vice President Kamala Harris represented the White House at the Ground Zero ceremony in New York, making Biden the first president not to be present at any of the 9/11 crash sites on the anniversary.

Suspicion Surrounding Biden’s Motives

Bocchi and Eagleson are deeply troubled by Biden’s actions, particularly his meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at the G20 in India while key files linking Saudi Arabia to the 9/11 attacks remain classified. Bocchi questions whether Biden truly supports the 9/11 families’ quest for justice and transparency. The families are also concerned about the potential plea deal offered to Guantanamo detainees linked to the attacks.

A Call for Remembrance and Justice

Matt Bocchi believes that Biden’s decision to be in Alaska instead of at a 9/11 crash site sends a negative message about the importance of remembering the victims and seeking justice. He fears that as time passes, the memory of 9/11 may fade from the public conscience, and the significance of the day may diminish.

Continued Advocacy for Answers

Brett Eagleson, who lost his father in the South Tower of the World Trade Center, has been a strong advocate for the 9/11 families. He has pressured the federal government to declassify Saudi-related documents and has criticized the potential plea deal for the alleged 9/11 plotters. Eagleson has found support from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who has expressed a willingness to help the families in their quest for truth and transparency.

A Painful Anniversary

For the families of the 9/11 victims, each anniversary serves as a painful reminder of the horrific events that unfolded on that fateful day. Their ongoing struggle for answers and justice continues, and they remain determined to ensure that the memory of 9/11 endures and that their loved ones are never forgotten.

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