Biden Going To Alaska To Observe 9/11 Memorial

Reports revealed that on the 22nd anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, President Joe Biden will not be in New York City, Pennsylvania, or Virginia as is typical, but instead will be in Alaska for a memorial service.

Biden will be the first President not to visit any of the three attack sites in New York, Shanksville, Pennsylvania, or Virginia since the terrorist attacks.

In 2021, the 20th anniversary of the tragedy, Biden was criticized for not giving a national speech.

On his return to Washington after a trip to Asia, Biden will detour to Alaska for the September 11 commemoration at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage.

On September 7-10, Biden will visit India for a meeting with other international leaders, and then he will continue to Vietnam.

Kamala Harris, the Vice President, and her husband, Doug Emhoff, will visit the National September 11 Memorial and Museum in lower Manhattan for the annual commemoration.

Jill Biden will pay her respects at the Pentagon’s 9/11 monument by laying a wreath.

President Biden has been chastised for taking many vacations recently.

According to a report, Joe Biden limped up to the media last Sunday, waiting on King Charles Avenue outside St. Edmond Catholic Church in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, to discuss his frequent visits to the area.

Biden has been on vacation for almost a year without any visitation records being kept. He hibernated at the lake and the beach for the majority of August.

He’s becoming defensive after receiving widespread criticism for his callous disregard for the mounting death toll in Maui during his two consecutive visits there.

In order to justify his indefinite stay in Rehoboth, Biden has come up with a new justification: he has no “home” to return to. President Biden claimed he had spent his day off at the beach since the Secret Service ‘completely destroyed’ his home in order to install security upgrades.