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Rep. Hice Reflects on 9/11

“We will never give up on defending our country and the liberties that set this Nation apart from every country in the world”

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Washington, September 11, 2017 | comments

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Jody Hice (GA-10) today released the following video in commemoration of the 16th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001:

Click here to view the video. 

Remarks:

Today is 9/11, a day that none of us as Americans will ever forget. I’m sure you remember where you were on that day. A day in which terrorists tried to destroy our way of life here in America and set fear into our hearts of Americans all across our country.

We came through that time. We came through it greater and stronger than before and with a greater resolve to build our military, to defend our country, and to stand against those whose commitment is to destroy our way of life.

I want to first of all say to those of you who lost loved ones, as well as to those of you who had individuals or who personally were involved in the rescue or cleanup of that event and for so many who were involved in prayer and in multiple different ways of trying to help our country through those difficult times, thank you.

Our resolve is twofold. Number one, we will never forget that day or those who came against us. Two, we will never give up on defending our country and the liberties that set this Nation apart from every country in the world.

So, God bless you on this day of remembrance, September 11th.

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