Biden’s not even at the White House. Alaska.
DNA technology is amazing. It brings peace to families!
Scientists identified two 9/11 victims last week with the latest advanced DNA technology:
A man and a woman — whose names are being withheld at the request of their families — were identified using advanced DNA technology, officials announced Friday.
The positive results came after more than two decades of previous testing and negative results as officials used next-generation sequencing technology, which is also used by the military to identify missing service members.
“As we prepare to mark the anniversary of September 11, our thoughts turn to those we lost on that terrible morning and their families who continue to live every day with the pain of missing loved ones,” New York City Mayor Eric Adams said in a statement Friday.
“We hope these new identifications can bring some measure of comfort to the families of these victims, and the ongoing efforts by the Office of Chief Medical Examiner [OCME] attest to the city’s unwavering commitment to reunite all the World Trade Center victims with their loved ones.”
The man was identified using remains found in 2001, while the woman was identified using remains recovered from 2001, 2006 and 2013, according to the city. The two new identifications mark the first identifications since September 2021.
President Joe Biden is a disgrace. Every president has marked 9/11 at the Pentagon, Freedom Tower, the field in Pennsylvania, or even the White House.
President George W. Bush in 2005 and President Barack Obama in 2015 spent 9/11 at the White House.
That’s fine because it’s in Washington, DC, and the plane in Pennsylvania was likely headed there or Capitol Hill.
This old man is in Alaska. Vice President Kamala Harris is coming to NYC. Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff is headed to Pennsylvania. First Lady Jill Biden will visit the National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial in Arlington.
But our president? Alaska.
At least he’ll visit with first responders and military in Anchorage.DONATE
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