January 6 is like a high-school couple’s anniversary; you don’t just celebrate the year, you celebrate the first week, and the first month, and the sixth month. The Biden administration and the media act as though January 6 has gone somewhere. Remember Wolf Blitzer bravely reporting in from the nine-month anniversary of January 6?
Nine months ago today – on Jan. 6, 2021 – an angry mob attacked the U.S. Capitol. I walked around the complex today and it was very calm. As you know, the perimeter security fence is gone – at least for now. pic.twitter.com/RnZux8JNpX
— Wolf Blitzer (@wolfblitzer) October 6, 2021
Someone asked press secretary Jen Psaki if the Biden administration was going to somehow commemorate the first anniversary of the storming of the Capitol, and obviously, yes, they are.
Jen Psaki says she expects Joe Biden to recognize the anniversary of January 6th
“I think there’s no question you’ll see us commemorate that day.”
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) December 14, 2021
Um, they do this Every. F*cking. Day. https://t.co/NAYq4oSeFC
— FJB Biologist Not a Drunken Hag Resister (@primfreak) December 14, 2021
— BattleSwarm (@BattleSwarmBlog) December 14, 2021
They’ll make it a national holiday. https://t.co/Cw8TMhl29c
— EdAsante (@EdAsante77) December 14, 2021
"Dedicated to the thousands who may very well have died if so many selfies hadn't distracted the insurrectionists. May the memories of what could have been live forever in the minds of news media everywhere." https://t.co/CJgxx9mnSE
— Aldous Huxley's Ghost™ (@AF632) December 14, 2021
The Biden administration has no doubt already commissioned Ken Burns to craft a documentary about that day, narrated by David McCullough as violinists play Ashokan Farewell. https://t.co/dqIG97teor
— Doug Powers (@ThePowersThatBe) December 14, 2021
How are they gonna do that? Perform Les Mis on the South Lawn? https://t.co/Xd5LzdYXtm
— Jay Collinwood (@collinwood_j) December 14, 2021
they're really gonna do it aren't they, they're gonna make a national annual half-mast day of mourning over this shit. nothing for Las Vegas—the deadliest mass shooting in the nation's history—but they'll do it for this. Lord have mercy https://t.co/hbCOqXAKfu
— Adam Rezich (@rezich) December 14, 2021
— Anthony Abides (@AnthonyAbides) December 14, 2021
Can't wait for the lectern sales! https://t.co/2L9EWXbTOi
— Marcus Epistemicidal Maniac Payne (@MarcusDAurelius) December 14, 2021
— Prison Mitch (@MidnightMitch) December 14, 2021
This will undoubtedly be such a healing unifying experience.
LETS GO BRANDON!
— Brick Suit (@Brick_Suit) December 14, 2021
"Ashli Babbitt Needlessly Murdered Day" pic.twitter.com/5iZp5NYSLE
— Al Princel (@AlwynPrincel) December 14, 2021
They created it. They should celebrate it.
— Brent Anderson (@BrentAnderson99) December 14, 2021
Yes, let’s create a Hallmark card too. 🙄
— Mom (@MSMCali) December 14, 2021
This was the best thing that ever happened to them.
— JB (@JB01939694) December 14, 2021
And yet he ignored the Anniversary of Pearl Harbor
— LisaAnne (@LisaAnneGA) December 14, 2021
Sen. Chuck Schumer even ranked it up there with Pearl Harbor, saying it would be added to “that very short list of dates in American history that will live forever in infamy.” They’re damn well sure making certain it lives forever.
‘Stay safe out there!’ CNN firefighter Wolf Blitzer basically risks his life to mark the 9-month anniversary of the darkest day in America’s history [photo] https://t.co/DQz1UqkoZu
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 6, 2021