Thursday afternoon, White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced that President Joe Biden will not deliver a live speech on September 11.
"You will hear from him in the form of a video in advance — or that will be available that day, I should say," she said.
However, earlier Biden wormed his way into appearing at all three memorial services scheduled for Saturday, the 20-year anniversary of 9/11.
He has no business attending any of the events.
His actions in Afghanistan and at the U.S.-Mexican border have made the United States more vulnerable to terrorism today — than we were 20 years ago.
When it comes to future terror attacks against the U.S., terrorists only have to be successful once; the U.S. has to be successful every time in stopping those terrorists.
So far, Biden’s scorecard on COVID, the economy, border control, foreign policy, national security, crime, energy policy, and bringing America together, reads zero-for-eight.
Given that record, odds are good that his administration could also fail to avert a serious terror attack.
If he wants to start doing things right, he can begin by staying home on 9/11.
-- Michael Dorstewitz, Sept. 10 Newsmax column