LISTEN: Marc Cox explains why he says 'always remember' instead of 'never forget' on 9/11

"I'm also going to vow to you to continue fighting in this country and out of this county those who don't want to recognize the threat that radical Islam poses not only to our country but to freedom-loving people everywhere."

The Marc Cox Morning Show
September 11, 2019 - 9:05 am
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(KFTK) - Listen to our Marc Cox explain where he thinks the country is 18 after the deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil in history. 

He sees fools everywhere that define evil as supporting border security or vetting foreign nationals from countries that breed terrorism.  For the ones that experienced the tragic acts of terrorism, we will always remember and never forget.

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"A lot of people today are going to say 'never forget.' I say 'always remember.' All of this happened at the hands of a group of monsters who hate freedom and who use their religion as an excuse to murder innocent people. For historians, what happened on 9/11 is nothing new or surprising, radical Islamic terrorists have been attacking America since 1780. 

"So I'm going to take time today, I'll bow my head to remember the lives we lost that day. I'm also going to vow to you to continue fighting in this country and out of this county those who don't want to recognize the threat that radical Islam poses not only to our country but to freedom-loving people everywhere and that would include the hypocrites in this country who now occupy offices in our capitol building and refer to these people as 'some people, somewhere, did something.'

"I will always remember."

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