On 9/11 Anniversary, Twitter Users Celebrate ‘Deserved’ Attacks
Whether you believe the 9/11 attacks that happened back in 2001 were the result of a government conspiracy and coverup or a terrorist attack, people still died and their deaths should be remembered. But Twitter users instead, are “celebrating” the anniversary of the “deserved” attack.
Not everyone on the left-leaning social media Twitter decided to mourn the lives lost on September 11, 2001, on the 17th anniversary of the loss of almost 3,000 lives. Some took to the social media platform (which has supposedly dedicated itself to “conversational health” according to Breitbart) to say those who died deserved it.
*Some of the following tweets contain curse words.
Them hoes deserved to die
— Ky Celeste (@loveme_brooks) September 11, 2018
Yeah, I hate the US too. We totally deserved what happened on 9/11, esp given our interference in govt abroad.
— kingkatekong (@kingkatekong) September 11, 2018
i was in 5th grade on 9/11 and the teachers didn’t tell us anything. my dad took off work to pick me up and i found out through him. he begrudgingly fought in vietnam and told me they were gonna use it to start a war, and that the usa deserved what happened. missing him today
— licensed medical professional (@frasierseinfeld) September 11, 2018
Other of course mourned the loss of life that took place that day. And some even marked the day as a memory of the 17 years of war that has taken place since then, with no resolution, only more death.
I won’t claim to know why 9-11 happened. And I won’t challenge the memory of those who died. They were all innocent and deserved better.
But 17 years later we all deserve better than forever war.
We deserve leaders committed to resolving conflict and building peace.
— Rev Grey (@RevGrey) September 11, 2018
If you would like to see more tweets about this, please click here and read Breitbart‘s original article.
No one deserved to die on 9/11 regardless of whoever or whatever was behind the horrific tragedy that happened. They were all pawns in some sort of game and we can point fingers until the end of time if we want to. The fact is, not many know what really happened and even fewer will ever find out. May all the souls lost that day find peace.