‘Rioting’ fine, but 9/11 tribute isn’t? A DISGRACE, says Trump Jr. But the real Surprise is who ELSE agreed.

The now traditional dual light display, so familiar to Americans as a remembrance in honor of those who perished on 9/11/01, won’t be up this year. Because of Covid. The same Covid that in NO WAY prevented Bill de Blasio from skipping rules and permits to get “Black Lives Matter” painted on city streets.

“The decision to cancel the “Tribute in Light” memorial comes after the museum this year also scrapped the in-person reading of 9/11 victims’ names at the annual Ground Zero ceremony,” the New York Post reported on Friday.

On Twitter, the reaction was strong. Donald Trump Jr. unleashed on the hypocrisy over who can and who cannot go out in mass gatherings.



Reagan Battalion hit the nail on the head, too.

Fox’s Janice Dean, who has been FANTASTIC in holding New York officials like de Blasio and Cuomo to account, added her particularly poignant perspective.

But this one might surprise you. Even New York Times writer MAGGIE HABERMAN finds the decision questionable.

It’s not just up to the museum that has done it previously. The city could easily step in. They just aren’t.

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