On September 11, 2001, I walked from Lower Manhattan to Midtown, and saw people shuffling zombielike up the street, covered in dust composed of the World Trade Center and the bones of fellow Americans. It was horrifying. Good thing I am far away from the streets of Manhattan now, because what can be seen there these days compounds the horror. On Tuesday, Jesse Watters interviewed high school and college students who were skipping school to protest travel restrictions intended to protect their lives from the next 9/11:
Watters conducted these appalling interviews in Foley Square, literally 5 minutes away from Ground Zero.
It takes deliberate effort to keep kids this clueless.
On a tip from Torcer.