President Biden Fails to Recognize 77th Anniversary of D-Day on Sunday, Over 2,500 Americans Died on D-Day

By  //  June 7, 2021

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President Biden tweets about the 1921 Tulsa Massacre

In 1984, President Reagan paid tribute to the veterans seated near him on the Normandy cliffs, “These are the boys of Pointe du Hoc,” and there were few dry eyes. (Print by Larry Selman / www.valorstudios.com)

(FOX NEWS) – A Homeland Security source told Fox News that service members and veterans are upset after President Biden failed to acknowledge the 77th anniversary of D-Day on Sunday.

The source tells Fox News the fact that Vice President Harris tweeted about D-Day while Biden tweeted about the 1921 Tulsa Massacre on Sunday clearly underscores the administration’s priorities. Roughly 2,500 Americans died on D-Day.

“As a veteran I find it reprehensible that the president ends his speeches with ‘God bless the troops,’ which now seems to be in words only. He blatantly forgot to acknowledge the tremendous sacrifice of our greatest generation,” an Afghanistan and Iraq wars veteran told Fox News on Monday.

A second Homeland Security source told Fox News that White House press secretary Jen Psaki had “the perfect opportunity” to mention D-Day during her CNN interview on Sunday but failed to do so.

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