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Son Of 9/11 Victim Reads Names Of Those Killed Wearing ‘Some People Did Something’ Shirt

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Virginia Kruta Associate Editor

One of the men reading names of those killed on 9/11 wore a shirt emblazoned with the words of Democratic Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar: “Some people did something.”

“Some people did something?” Nicholas Haros asked, pointing to his shirt as he took the mic Wednesday morning. “I am here to honor my mother, Frances Haros, on this solemn eighteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.” (RELATED: Son Of 9/11 Victim Slams Democrats Using 9/11 As ‘Political Theater’)

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“Some people did something?” Haros repeated. “Why the confusion? 19 Islamic terrorists killed 3,000 people. Is that clear? I was attacked. Our Constitution was attacked. Our Judeo-Christian founding was attacked. That’s what ‘some people’ did!”

Omar was accused of trivializing 9/11 earlier this year for referring to the attacks by saying, “some people did something.”

Haros also went off script at the 2018 Ground Zero memorial ceremony and called out those who have politicized the terrorist attacks, saying, “Please stop using the bones and ashes of our loved ones as props in your political theater.”