Hey All!

So today is the 17th anniversary of 9/11/2001; the day that lives in infamy. 

The official story is that terrorists hijacked some American planes in America and crashed them into the Twin Towers in New York and also the Pentagon and one went into a strip mine. 

Movies have been made about them and there are any number of documentaries detailing what is known and what is not known. 

Now don't get me wrong. 

I'm not a proponent of conspiracies. 

However, If anything, I can claim to be a "Factavist".

I love the truth. 

I hate lies.

And that all being said, let's take a moment and remember the people who died the day of 9/11/2001.

The people in the Twin Towers, the people in the Pentagon and the people in the planes.

I've heard the audio recordings from the Tower Control Center. There is a video on YouTube that shows the people who can be heard on the recordings actually react to them after the fact. 

It's an incredible video.

While it absolutely showcases the panic and confusion of the day, it also shows just how well trained the people running our planes are. 

You can ask questions all day long about what really happened, and I will stand with you every time you ask.

However, I will always have a problem with people who make claims about things without a serious amount of investigation to go with it. 

You are welcome to come to your own conclusions about that day. Was it the modern Pearl Harbor? Was it an attack on America by a foreign entity? Was it an inside job? 

Some people know the truth, but what we, the normal, All-American Public, know is that we are mourning the loss of loved ones and friends who were killed on that day. 

Time to reflect on what brings us together instead of what tears us apart. 

Get out there today and hug your family. Tell them you love them! 

Shake the hand of a First Responder if you get a chance. 

Be the change you want to see happen. 

That's the only way that we will ever be able to make America the Country we all want it to be. 

I hope you have a great day!

See ya soon!

Photo by Brodie Vissers from Burst